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Ubuntu becomes lighter and simpler thanks to LXDE


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Lubuntu is a GNU/Linux distribution based on Ubuntu using the LXDE desktop environment to offer good performance without neglecting the system´s general appearance.

This distribution is oriented to squeezing out all the power from limited computers, at the same time as providing extra battery time as it´s also focused towards minimizing battery use.

As a consequence of all this, the applications included in this distribution are light and respectful with the system´s resources, in which you can find Chromium, Sylpheed, Pidgin, Transmission, GPicView, Audacious or Abiword. This doesn´t mean you can´t install other applications. As a matter of fact, Lubuntu shares repositories with Ubuntu, so we can install any application supported by its base distribution.

Lubuntu´s management is very similar to Ubuntu´s one, maybe more similar to its first versions, but keeping the elements that make it reign the world of Linux desktop distributions.

If you´re used to work with Ubuntu, you need to use less resources and Xubuntu doesn´t convince you, Lubuntu can be the best option to squeeze the best out of your computer.
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