Xubuntu 13.10 is quite brilliant
Posted on: 11/22/2013 11:30 AM

Dedoimedo posted an enthusiastic review of Xubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander 64-bit, covering live session, installation in a dual-boot configuration and post-install use and fun, including Wireless, Samba sharing, Nvidia drivers setup, multimedia playback - Flash, MP3, HD 1080p video, applications, gaming with Steam, resources usage, printing over network, customization and tweaking, stability, suspend & resume, tiny problems, and more.

Xubuntu 13.10 is quite brilliant

Time to review the third of the Musketeers. First, we had Kubuntian, then Ubuntos, and now Xubuntis. Sorry for the lame names, I tried to make them kind of in line with the originals. Never mind. Now, this implies there's a fourth player, too, maybe.

Anyhow, so far this bright autumn, at least in the northern hemisphere, Kubuntu Saucy was good, but not as good as its spring predecessor. On the other hand, after a year of failed efforts, Ubuntu Salamander finally made it as a jolly good operating system. Which begs the question: how will Xubuntu 13.10 behave?

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