[CentOS] Desktop for newbies
gary at ringways.co.uk
Fri Sep 30 15:47:43 UTC 2016
My vote is still for KDE
It's got a similar feel to Windows before it went pear shaped at Win8.
It's fairly easy to use.
He should be able to do most stuff as a user.
On Friday 30 September 2016 16:33:04 Scot P. Floess wrote:
> KDE :)
> On Fri, 30 Sep 2016, david wrote:
> > Folks
> > I'm about to set up a non-root user on a Centos=7 server that I control
> > for a friend. It is in his home, so access is local. He's a refugee
> > from the latest Windows 10 Upgrade. I'd like a suggestion as to which of
> > the several possible graphical desktops to suggest to him and set up for
> > him as his default.
> > My aim is:
> > - Allow him to try out Linux as an end-user
> > - Let him start to feel comfortable with the desktop
> > - Learn the new idioms for familiar programs and functions
> > And later
> > - Give him his own system with root privileges.
> > Suggestions?
> > David
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