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Ubuntu adapts itself to slower computers


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Xubuntu is an Ubuntu based distribution that is maintained by Canonical. It was created with slower, limited resources computers in mind and offers a stable and complete environment without taking up excessive resources.

To do this, Xubuntu uses the XFCE desktop environment that offers a clean feel and look, is easy to use, and most importantly, boasts optimal performance.

Among the applications that come included with Xubuntu are the already well known Ubuntu based distributions such as Firefox, Abiword, and Gnumeric, as well as others from the XFCE desktop such as Thunar, Ristretto, and Mousepad.

Apart from this, Xubuntu offers great compatibility with applications designed for Gnome, so Ubuntu users won’t have much trouble at all getting used to this environment.
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