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Linux Mint 5 XFCE released

By   |  September 8, 2008

The Mint developers today announced the release of Mint 5 XFCE Community Edition.

Codenamed Elyssa, Mint 5 XFCE includes a long list of improvements for almost all applications. “XFCE’s mintDesktop has a new layout and some more options to customise your desktop,” the team said in its announcement.

Elyssa comes with kernel version 2.6.24 which features a brand new scheduler called CFS (Completely Fair Scheduler). “The kernel scheduler is responsible for the CPU time allocated to each process. With CFS the rules have changed. Without proper benchmarks it’s hard to actually tell the consequences of this change but the difference in behavior is quite noticeable from a user’s point of view. Some tasks seem slower, but overall the system feels much snappier.”

Full details of changes made to Mint 5 XFCE can be found in the release notes.

Mint 5 XFCE Community Edition can be downloaded from one of the mirrors.

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