Originally Posted by kokoko3k
Qt LOOKS native.
Originally Posted by Qt
What's with all the Windows fanbois?. I used Windows for 15 years, made the FULL switch to Xubuntu in Oct 2012 and I don't miss Windows at all. Fragmentation is a dirty word used by Windows peeps, we call it CHOICE; something Windows users know nothing about.
Again, the taskbar is no different than Windows 7 and 8's, which is exactly the same, 'a huge line of applications that you would normally put as shortcuts on your desktop'.
Originally Posted by Dukenukemx
The average user doesn't need to know what UI they want. They'll most likey just grab whatever is the most popular, such as the default Ubuntu Unity interface. After that, they don't really care at all since the DE does not change the type of programs you can use and really aren't all that different. If they care enough to learn about all the different desktop environments, they can just look around at screenshots and install the one they like without needing to lose any of their stuff. Heck, I can reinstall a distro on all my computers daily and stilll have all of my settings and programs. Reinstalling Linux isn't a big deal, especially considering there is no worry about licenses and installing programs is a lot faster. Also, a waste of screen real estate? Don't you realize that most monitors are 16:9 or 16:10 these days?
The DE has nothing to do with hybrid graphics or how your graphics card functions. Xfce does not use black text over a black box. Seems like you don't really know what you are doing if you can't access wifi or sound settings with your DE. All the DEs support those basic features -- you're just trolling.
Last edited by mmstick; 04-22-2014 at 11:09 AM.