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    I'll give it a try

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    All I can really say is WOW. I've been sitting here for the past two hours behind a laptop which I thought would never do any fancy effects, let alone the kinds which Enlightenment has. I really like this. What I can't believe is how light it is, how little resources it uses. I don't consider myself very linux proficient yet (I've been using linux for about a year now) and this isn't too hard to setup.
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    So enlightment is small, fast and has many features

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    I'd say it's tiny, knock-the-wind-out-of-you fast, and has many effects I don't know about features per say, it doesn't have a taskbar among other things, but I've come to realise that it has all I need.

    Checkout Elive, you'll be lifting your jaw from of the floor. It's a live CD that shows you what the newest enlightenment looks like.
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    Try them all. If you use a DM like KDM or GDM you can easily choose which DE or WM to use at login.

    I also prefer fluxblox, but enlightenment is certainly very impressive.
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    Well I have tried most of them

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    Try Elive, the live linux which has both enlightenment 16 and 17. Try them both, I think you'll be surprised.
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    Where can I find elive

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    www.elivecd.org

    I've switched to enlightenment 16 on my laptop (it is a bit faster and lighter than Xfce before it) and I now use Elive as my live cd of choice. I kind of like 16 better than 17...
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    okay I will check it out

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