Xfce - Applications

Applications

Xfce provides a development framework for applications. Other than Xfce itself, there are third-party programs which use the Xfce libraries, most notably the Mousepad text editor, Orage calendar and Terminal. One of the services provided to applications by the framework is a red banner across the top of the window when the application is running with root privileges warning the user that they could damage system files.

Other Xfce components include:

  • Xfmedia, a xine-based media player for Xfce; unmaintained since November 2006 (version 0.9.2)
  • Xfprint, a print manager
  • Xfburn, a CD/DVD burner

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