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Compare Xfce vs Visual Studio Code

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comparison of Xfce vs. Visual Studio Code
based on data from user reviews. Xfce rates 4.1/5 stars with 12 reviews. Visual Studio Code rates 4.6/5 stars with 368 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.

Meets RequirementsSee More
Meets RequirementsSee More
8.6
(Based on 12 reviews)
9.1
(Based on 347 reviews)
Ease of UseSee More
Ease of UseSee More
8.4
(Based on 12 reviews)
9.1
(Based on 347 reviews)
Ease of Setup
Ease of SetupNot enough data available
9.3
(Based on 51 reviews)
Ease of Admin
Ease of AdminNot enough data available
8.7
(Based on 48 reviews)
Quality of SupportSee More
Quality of SupportSee More
7.2
(Based on 7 reviews)
8.6
(Based on 250 reviews)
Ease of Doing Business With
Ease of Doing Business WithNot enough data available
9.0
(Based on 40 reviews)
Product Direction (% positive)See More
Product Direction (% positive)See More
9.0
(Based on 11 reviews)
9.7
(Based on 346 reviews)
Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
83.3%
43.6%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
8.3%
28.5%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
8.3%
27.9%
 
Internet
33.3%
Computer Software
30.3%
 
Information Technology and Services
20.0%
Information Technology and Services
24.7%
 
Telecommunications
13.3%
Internet
8.2%
 
Program Development
6.7%
Higher Education
3.5%
 
Computer Software
6.7%
Retail
2.8%
 
Other
20.0%
Other
30.5%
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Phil w.
Administrator in Information Technology and Services

This desktop environment is following the KISS principle, keep it simple stupid. It's based on GTK+ and not so disruptive as GNOME project. Debian integration is just great. Anyway I am not using so much other applications like thunar file manager or...

Rafael A.
Industry Analyst / Tech Writer in Internet

Visual Studio Code is really lightweight, works perfectly in Linux and OS X, which are my primary operating systems. The feature to open a folder is great and allows you to search through code files easily. The fact that's Open Source is great because it...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Spencer M.
User in Internet

- Had some display issues, and googling around always came across tips for Ubuntu that were not helpful. - Had a similar experience with the WiFi

Yuting G.
User in Higher Education

cons: for HTML, doesn't have an indicator about where is the matching <div> and </div> projects/folder management is kind of messy

 
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