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Ubuntu Unity Proves Very Slow To KDE, GNOME, Xfce, LXDE

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  • #61
    I switched to gnome after the release of KDE4.

    Seeing that KDE4 now recovered and that the GNOME stack is no longer satisfying performance-wise, I'm happy to use this Desktop Environment again.

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    • #62
      Actually on my PC AMD IGP HD 4250 with Catalyst driver, KDE's both options gives almost same performance. Don't have unity to test although.

      http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...Rrd2lu&compare

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Tiger_Coder View Post
        Actually on my PC AMD IGP HD 4250 with Catalyst driver, KDE's both options gives almost same performance. Don't have unity to test although.

        http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1...Rrd2lu&compare
        Doesn't that, like Martin said on his blog, become more of a hardware limited issue than software with a 4250?

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        • #64
          yet another content-mill-style post

          FFS, I'm so fed up with these misguiding "benchmarks". Michael, if you want to run a one man content-mill, would you mind doing it on Windows instead of Linux. Let's face it: the Linux community has so little performance benchmarking available that such articles which aim to "prove" things and end up being a pile of cow dung just do sooo much more bad than good.

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