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Comment: Re:And that will also mark (Score 5, Interesting) 378

by pepeperes (#41940751) Attached to: GNOME 3.8 To Scrap Fallback Mode
Same here, switched to XFCE (about the time Unity was released, as most of you, I guess) and was also considering looking again at KDE, since it made the news again :) I used SuSE for some years, some 10 years ago, and KDE was quite good, even more compared to GNOME which at the time was still very very under-developed.

I may try KDE again, though the last time i tried it, it was a bit "too much"... such HUGE menus were just uncomfortable... For me, it was an overall impression of a bit too much of everything, everywhere.

Now, I can say the only thing I really don't like in XFCE is Thunar... for me it lacks lots of functionality (like, ffs, copy-paste with right button!). But even so, i cant even think of trying to use unity or gnome shell again.

So no, it's not like we have really advanced much. With XFCE sometimes I feel a bit like 1999 again, suffering here and there with stuff that doesn't exactly work as I would like, but also feeling confident and comfortable with it.

Probably KDE will be the desktop of choice for most of the "normal" linux desktop users... until they decide it's time to move to tablet interfaces too!!

Comment: Now I don't know what to recommend too (Score 1) 1091

by pepeperes (#39425199) Attached to: Why Linux Can't 'Sell' On the Desktop
I for one had that one product that I used (still do, though looking for a change) and recommended to many people, and even setup it for them if they asked. It was called Ubuntu (yes, the african word that stands for I don't have time to fiddle with Debian anymore). But not anymore, since their inspiration died with the BIG Unity fiasco. And Gnome 3 seems to have helped them in destroying an established, well know and easy to use, intuitive desktop (after all the years it took us to get there!).

So right now, for me, yes, I wouldnt know what to recommend to the ppl I used to recommend Ubuntu. OpenSuse? No way I'm going to mess around with rpms again. Ever. Mint? Tried it, and didnt like it, it's an unfinished product in the sense that Ubuntu 10.04 was a "finished" product. Found many minor desktop and setup annoyances with it. So yes, I'm one of those who have gone silent.

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