Part six(!) in my Linux Desktop series, I'm looking at LXDE on Debian GNU/Linux and Raspbian.
So far in this series I have looked at customizing Xfce, KDE, Gnome 3,Cinnamon and MATE. That covers a lot of territory, and there has been some significant overlap in focus, features and capabilities between those desktops.
This time I'm going to look at LXDE, and I think the difference will be clear - LXDE is focused on being lightweight and low overhead but still easy to use and configure.
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