bigbenaugust wrote:If you've never picked anything before, your default is XFCE.MX<3 wrote:Nice, thanks. I'll read up. I tried out LXDE from the MXPI. That wasn't too bad. The Application Menu reminded me of Windows 98. And I like the PCmanFM file browser. No 'Root Terminal Here' in right click, I noticed. Good Preferences for it, too.
Although, now when I boot up, I have to click the top-right button and choose 'Default' every time or it boots into LXDE...
'Default' and 'XFCE' are the same though, right? Even though MX uses LightDM? So I can leave it on XFCE? It won't stay on 'Default' now.
There's one called 'awesome'? That's an interesting and telling naming choice lol.
I thought LightDM gave you your previous selection at login, so if you selected LXDE and then XFCE, you should continue to get XFCE. Maybe I am incorrect.
And remember, the pieces are interchangeable, so if you like XFCE but prefer pcmanfm over thunar (like I do), nothing can prevent you from setting it up as the default file manager. :)
Strangely, it started giving me the 'Default' option again. Weird. But my system is unstable now so I have to re-install anyway.
Yeah, it's awsome I'm not stuck with a file manager. MX is too laid back for that type of stuff.