Xubuntu 12.10 Released With Xfce 4.10 [Screenshots, Video]

Xubuntu, the Xfce Ubuntu flavor, has been released today along with the other Ubuntu flavours. It’s a great alternative for those who do not want to use GNOME Shell or Unity and prefer a more traditional layout.The latest Xubuntu 12.10 brings updated artwork and default applications and the latest Xfce 4.10.Here’s a video I’ve recorded, presenting the changes in Xubuntu 12.10:(direct video link)Xfce 4.10 by defaultXfce 4.10, which is used in Xubuntu 12.10, brings many improvements, including: – re-written application finder which combines the functionality of the old appfinder and xfrun4:- a new vertical display mode for the panel, called “deskbar” which switches the applets orientation to horizontal, making the panel behave like a vertical ‘dock':- multiple rows support for the panel:Other Xfce changes include: the window manager supports tiling windows when dragging them to the screen edgesthumbnail rendering support for Xfdesktopthe mouse and touchpad dialog is capable of handling basic Synaptics and Wacom properties in the GUIXubuntu 12.10 artworkThe artwork has received special attention in Xubuntu 12.10. For instance, Greybird, the default Xubuntu 12.10 theme, has got a complete makeover, with re-written GTK3 support:There’s also a new default wallpaper, updated login screen and Ubiquity slideshow:Default applicationsTo make Xubuntu 12.10

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