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Wikipedia has a comparison so you can look it up there. And the arch wiki has another too. Just read them through.
Here is how to get a extension to work in a version of Gnome Shell. You can usually download the extensions as zips - look for the github link on the relevant extension page: Press Download Zip: and extract the zip file into ~/.local/share/gnome-shell/extensions. Look inside the extracted folder for the metadata.json file: and edit it in a text ...
these are all desktop environments, you can still launch the same applications but how you get there and what they look like is a bit different. With some desktop environments you can change the appereance a lot (like KDE) while others will hardly allow you to change anything. an other big difference is how much resources they will take from your system. If ...
Unity is a nice 3D desktop environment designed for good performance on recent hardware. GNOME and KDE are alternative desktop environments to Ubuntu's default Unity interface, which have similar system requirements to Unity. XFCE is a lightweight 2D desktop environment designed for better performance on older hardware. LXDE is a minimalistic desktop ...
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