Cinnamon is a traditional graphical desktop for BSD/Linux and X11, derived from GNOME. It extends the Shell with a panel styled after GNOME 2, but adds more recent functionality, backend and application bindings. It provides MDM, a login manager, networking and bluetooth applets, virtual workspaces, theming, desktop icons, portable keybindings, Qt-theme bridging, visual effects, and a configuration center. It's the default desktop environment for Linux Mint, but packaged for many other distri
Pitivi is a uniqute video editor suited for newcomers and professionals. It features hundreds of animated effects / filters / transitions, any GStreamer-supported video file and encoding format, realtime editing, is framerate-independent and very precise, audio processing and volume normalization, Gnome and GES-integration, and allows reliable background processing and has built-in backup functionality.
DisPlex is an AppIndicator for graphics card settings and an interface to Disper (display switching for nVidia and XRandR). It can change screen rotation, configure multi-monitor settings, run xkill, hide desktop icons, engage the screensaver, set desktop/appearance and Compiz options.
Xfce is a desktop environment for X11 and Unix-like systems. It's comparatively lightweight and low on system resources, yet provides a modern and customizable interface. It includes a window manager, a panel and taskbar, file management, system and desktop setting tools, power management, intuitive virtual desktop switching, and a media player amongst other features.
Masna provides a simple graphical interface (GUI) to manager Nautilus scripts: For scripts that are part of the system-wide Nautilus script collection (by default /usr/share/nautilus-scripts, you can change this in the settings dialog of Masna) Masna manages symlinks in the user’s Nautilus script folder. For scripts in the user’s Nautilus script folder Masna manages the file permissions.