LXLE 16.04.1 Eclectica Released

LXLE's is built upon Ubuntu Mini LTS releases. Lubuntu-core is used as a starting point. This version is based on 16.04.1 Key Features Btrfs file system base Auto detect dual monitors Expose like window picker Lightweight app launcher i3lock screen with autoblur 'Aero' window snap feature Enhanced menu speed Assistive Technology apps Detail [...]

LXLE Releases 14.04 64bit & 12.04.4 32bit (revisited)

First I would like to say that this release would not have been possible without the excellent user community effort that arrived to help by lending their time and knowledge, after the very bumpy beta debut. Thanks to all of you. Team members also deserve recognition for tolerating difficulties with the beta and internal frustrations that neede [...]

LXLE Paradigm goes beta.

Currently looking for beta testers. What's LXLE Paradigm? I was involved in an email/post conversation about the discussion of an XP like session for Lubuntu, which I didn't understand because the Lubuntu default interface is already so much like XP. I understood the need for perhaps a Mac like session or another OS because familiarity is [...]

LXLE gets DuckDuckGo, Distrowatch and an update.

Late last week Distrowatch decided to create some room for LXLE on their infamous distro discovery site. I was really happy to see an official page for LXLE with an official url Mid this week DuckDuckGo contacted me after months of review, with news that LXLE would be accepted into the fold of distributions that [...]

A Review: GetSimple CMS helps redefine the LXLE website.

I was recently on a quest to find a cms solution to redesign and maintain the LXLE website. At the time I first posted LXLE I used a simple photoblog script to handle the images and manage basic text. I wasn't expecting much traffic and figured it would be more for friends, family and personal use more than anything. However, that wasn't the case [...]

What others are saying

My own laptop runs LXLE too, not due to old resources (it is one of the fastest laptops money can buy), yet just because I don't like kde/gnome stuff. The LXLE approach fit's me much better! ~Aernoudt

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