XFCE4 desktop 4.14.0

Xfdesktop manages the root window for the XFCE4 desktop environment. It basically displays the background, shows desktop icons, implements the virtual desktop switching, and the root context and application menu.

Parole (XFCE4) 1.0.4

Parole is the video and media player for the XFCE4 desktop. It has a simple and unobtrusive interface, utilizes GStreamer for maximum audio/video format coverage, and requires few resources. It provides a couple of plugins however, such as notifications and systray integration or remote control support.

XFCE 4.12.0 💾

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.

major feature: The window manager gained a new themable Alt+Tab dialog with optional windows preview and a list mode. The panel can now intelligently hide itself, supports Gtk3 plugins. The desktop has a new wallpaper settings dialog, per workspace wallpaper support, and better multi-monitor handling. Our session manager was updated to also use logind and/or upower if available for hibernate/suspend support. Support for multi-monitor use was improved in a new display settings dialog and a quick setup popup on monitor plugging The appearance dialog now showcases previews for icons and themes. Xfsettingsd now supports libinput. Our file manager, the beloved Thunar, saw an insane amount of improvements: tab support, tons of bug fixes, speed-ups.. To prepare the future of Xfce with Gtk3, which no longer requires theme engines, we are stopping the development of our Gtk theme engine,and dropping our Gtk3 engine. Due to gstreamer1.0 ther mixer application and volume daemon are not maintained anymore. Xfburn gained BluRay Disc burning support Task manager UI was totally revamped, and got ported to Gtk3 Parole's UI was totally redone, parts of it rewritten with many features added. Furthermore it was ported to Gtk3 and gstreamer1.0 Mousepad was totally rewritten and got an initial port to Gtk3 Imgur.com support was added to the screenshooter A new GNOME-Shell-like dashboard named xfdashboard is now available A new alternative menu for the panel named whiskermenu was added The GNOME2 hardware monitor plugin was ported to our panel Weather plugin got a totally new user interface with powerful customization options and provides tons of detailed information Eyes plugin uses 3D coordinates to calculate its eye position, so even more sometimes scary, sometimes funny eyes will spy on you! Netload plugin works with the new udev net interface names and can be configured to show transfer rates in the panel Clipboard manager plugin optionally d

GNU GPL x11 xfce window-manager desktop-environment lightweight gtk gtk3

Manjaro w/ OpenRC 0.8.11-rc1

Manjaro is a user-friendly Linux distro based on Arch, with rolling releases. The OpenRC builds come in an OpenBox, XFCE and a Net flavour. Which includes Xfce 4.11, kernel 3.16.7, the Manjaro settings manager 0.4.3, MHWD 0.4.5, Pamac 2.0 RC1, GTK3 3.14.5, Qt5 5.3.2, and Firefox 33.1.

XFCE4 Power Manager 1.4.1

Power Manager handles any power control devices and events for the XFCE4 desktop environment. It can reduce power consumption (monitor power, LCD brightness, CPU freq adaption), hibernate, suspend or shutdown a system. It reacts to desktop events, or hardware interactions (closed lid); and has DBUS interface for applications to watch or intervene power events.

Rodent applications (Xffm)

Rodent is a continuation of Xffm, the original XFce file manager. It also includes several previous XFCE apps like icontheme, diff viewer, file previews, a search tool and samba browser, an application menu, userspace filesystems, process manager, a system package manger, and file shredding. Rodent filemanager is still optimized for speediness and a small footprint, runs on BSD/Linux systems. It's intended to be convenient to power users.