Xfce 4.10 Documentation
- Starting with Xfce – This document gives an overview of the Xfce Desktop Environment and explains how to perform several common tasks. It is meant to be a starting point for anyone who wants to use Xfce and it includes pointers to other sources of information.
- Building Xfce – It is always recommended to use the packages provided by your distribution, however if you have special needs or you want a detailed description on compiling Xfce yourself, you can find it in this article.
- Sitemap – The sitemap of this wiki gives a good overview of the pages available.
- Frequently Asked Question – Tips and tricks that apply to all Xfce (and GTK+) applications.
- Application Finder (xfce4-appfinder) – Application to quickly run applications and commands.
- Helper Applications – Manage preferred applications and edit .desktop files.
- File Manager (thunar) – The fast and easy to use file manager for the Xfce Desktop.
- Panel (xfce4-panel) – Program launchers, window buttons, applications menu, workspace switcher and more.
- Power Manager (xfce4-power-manager) – Manages the power sources on the computer and the devices that can be controlled to reduce their power consumption.
- Session Manager (xfce4-session) – Save the state of your desktop and restore it on the next startup.
- Settings Manager (xfce4-settings) – The settings daemon and the settings dialogs. This includes the accessibility, appearance, display, keyboard and mouse settings.
- Window Manager (xfwm4) – Handles the placement of windows on the screen.
- Configuration Storage System (xfconf) – D-Bus-based configuration storage system.