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Linux Mint 15 Xfce Released

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Clement Lefebvre, founder of Mint, today announced the immediate availability of Mint 15 Xfce edition. It has all the same goodies under the hood of other Mint 15 versions with Xfce 4.10 as its default desktop. Xfce is preferred by many because of its lightweight design and easy configuration.

One of the new features of Mint 15 Xfce is Whisker Menu, that looks like a cross between the Kick-off menu and the Mint Menu. The rest is rehash: MDM now features 3 greeters; new MintSources, aka "Software Sources;" MintDrivers, new "Driver Manager;" Software manager and system improvements; and refined Welcome screen and updated artwork.

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