Xfce is a desktop environment based on the GIMP Toolkit (GTK+ 2.x).
It uses the Xfwm window manager.
"Designed for productivity, it loads and executes applications fast, while conserving system resources." (Olivier Fourdan, creator)
- Its configuration is entirely mouse-driven,
- the configuration files are hidden from the casual user.
Xfce also provides development framework for applications. There are third-party programs which use the Xfce libraries, most notably mousepad text editor, xfmedia audio player and a terminal emulator.
The name Xfce originally stood for "XForms Common Environment", but since then, Xfce was rewritten twice and doesn't use XForms toolkit any more. The name survived, but it is no longer capitalized as XFce, but Xfce. The current developers stance is that the acronym doesn't stand for anything any more. The installer for the Xfce based distro Zenwalk labels the description for Xfce as the "Cholesterol Free Desktop Environment".
- X11:xfce bir Build servis projesidir.
- MiniSUSE projesi X Pencere Sistemine iyi katkı yapan xjce den yarar sağlayabilir.