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  • KDE

    74 45.40%
  • Gnome

    59 36.20%
  • Blackbox/Fluxbox

    12 7.36%
  • Other (please specify)

    18 11.04%
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    Desktop GUI Poll 2007


    This poll will last until December 28th, 2007. The previous poll can be found here:

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/cof...ll-2006-a.html
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    Gnome. But looking forward to the next Enlightenment release.

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    Currently running Xfce4, but I tend to switch between it and FVWM...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozar
    Currently running Xfce4, but I tend to switch between it and FVWM...
    I almost added Xfce, but it got less than 10 votes last year, so I decided to lump it in with "Other" instead.
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    I mostly use KDE, but have used Fluxbox quite a bit in the past. Voted for KDE though.

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    I use KDE more than any other DE or WM. XFCE is pretty cool though.

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    XFCE. With VectorLinux 5.8, you don't even miss KDE with xfce 4.4
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    I use Gnome for personal use, and KDE at work. Gnome seems nicer, but KDE is B.A. as well.
    I praise Webmin and PuTTy!
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    Openbox, with a few features I hacked in.
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    IceWM for years but occasionally use Gnome and KDE.
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