Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Linux Mint 17 has been first released in the two traditional flavors: Linux Mint 17 Cinnamon, using Cinnamon 2.2 and Linux Mint 17 Mate, using Mate 1.8, followed by the Linux Mint 17 KDE version.
Today, Linux Mint 17 XFCE has been released, using XFCE 4.10 as default. Like the other flavors of Linux Mint 17, the Update Manager has been improved, coming with a better design, new icons and speed optimizations, not requiring an internet connection anymore for installing new software. Also, the Update Manager got a new feature that displays the update history, the login screen has received improved, better support for the multi-monitor has been implemened, the HTML greeter has received support for HiDPI, the Software Sources tool got a new user interface, a new Language Settings has been added and the shutdown sequence has been fixed.
Download Linux Mint 17 XFCE, for either 32 bit and 64 bit processors.
As a reminder, starting with Linux Mint 17 Qiana, the next Linux Mint systems will be using only the LTS versions of Ubuntu as code bases. While Linux Mint 17 Qiana is based on Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr and is supported until 2019, the next systems will be Linux Mint 17.1, Linux Mint 17.2, Linux Mint 17.3, all based on the same Ubuntu 14.04, while Linux Mint 18 will be based on Ubuntu 16.04, and so on.