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The key advantages of <phrase>Xubuntu</phrase> as compared to its siblings Ubuntu (GNOME Desktop) and Kubuntu (KDE Desktop) are:
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:64(para)
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<emphasis>Simplicity</emphasis>. <phrase>Xubuntu</phrase> will not give you all the bells and whistles of its siblings <ulink url="http://www.ubuntu.com">Ubuntu</ulink> (Gnome Desktop) and <ulink url="http://www.kubuntu.org">Kubuntu</ulink> (KDE Desktop), but will instead focus on basic functionality and a clean user interface.
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:67(para)
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<emphasis>Speed</emphasis>. With <phrase>Xubuntu</phrase> you will instantly feel the speed of the http://www.xfce.org/ Desktop Environment, which has been built with low system requirements in mind. Don't worry if your hardware is not the latest and greatest - your computer will most likely feel quite fast with <phrase>Xubuntu</phrase>.
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:72(para)
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<emphasis>Elegance</emphasis>. <phrase>Xubuntu</phrase> comes with a modern, clean Look&amp;Feel. Of course, the Desktop is completely customizable - you may choose from among many sets of icons, window borders, color sets, and so on.
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:77(para)
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Technically, <phrase>Xubuntu</phrase> tries to avoid dependencies on Gnome and KDE libraries by using only <emphasis>GTK+ 2</emphasis> applications wherever possible.
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:82(para)
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Find out more at <ulink url="http://www.xubuntu.org">the Xubuntu website</ulink>.
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:58(para)
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About the Name
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:63(title)
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The "X" in Xubuntu stands for the Xfce graphical desktop environment, but the word "Ubuntu" represents both the technical and philosophical core of the operating system. "Ubuntu" is a South African ethical ideology focusing on people's allegiances and relations with each other. The word comes from the Zulu and Xhosa languages. Ubuntu (pronounced "oo-BOON-too") is seen as a traditional African concept, is regarded as one of the founding principles of the new republic of South Africa and is connected to the idea of an African Renaissance.
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:90(para)
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A rough translation of the principle of Ubuntu is "humanity towards others". Another translation could be: "the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity".
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:92(para)
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Archbishop Desmond Tutu
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Located in about-xubuntu/C/about-xubuntu.xml:78(attribution)
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