Desktop

The projects used for Desktop

Kupfer Kupfer
Community rating:
4
   

Notes:
A convenient way of finding all manner of things (applications, hosts to SSH to, ...) from the keyboard. Works well with XFCE.
Mozilla Firefox Mozilla Firefox
Community rating:
4
   

Notes:
I'm a long time user of Firefox (stability, features, plugins). When Firefox started using too much memory I looked at other options but decided to stick with Firefox.
Debian Debian
Community rating:
4
   

Notes:
Debian testing is a great platform for an experienced developer's desktop. My Mum runs it too... ;-)
Bash Bash
Community rating:
4
   

Notes:
A good solid, feature-rich shell for interactive use. I try to avoid writing bash-specific scripts, though... they should be written in POSIX shell when possible!
Xfce (Core) Xfce (Core)
Community rating:
4
   

Notes:
A good developer's desktop. Not as shiny as some of the others and sometimes feels like I've traveled back in time. That said, it is light, fast, stable... and doesn't get in my way.
GNU Emacs GNU Emacs
Community rating:
4
   

Notes:
The original operating system in an editor! :-) It can do anything you want it to... and is the model that other editors take their new features from.
Linux Kernel Linux Kernel
Community rating:
4
   

Notes:
Solid, mature, reliable... generally you don't have to remember that it is there!
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