Before continuing with screen shots from the other desktop environments, here are a couple of AppCafe, PC-BSD’s graphical package manager. The main interface is not as visually appealing as Linux Deepin‘s graphical package manager, but it works.
AppCafe’s package listing.
Now to the rest of the screen shots from the other desktop environments. The GNOME desktop is powered by GNOME 2, not GNOME 3.
Yet another from the GNOME 2 desktop.
A default installation of the LXDE desktop comes with very few installed applications.
And like the GNOME installation, there is no Office suite installed out of the box.
The LXDE desktop showing the Date widget.
Like the LXDE installation, the Xfce installation, in terms of installed applications, is almost barebone. Midori is the installed Web browser.
The Xfce dock is not the sexiest available, but it takes care of business.