Written by Mike Massonnet, Eatmonkey is a download manager that works exclusively with aria2, the ultra fast download utility. It has support for HTTP(s)/FTP, BitTorrent and Metalink files.
Written by Enrico Tröger, Gigolo is a frontend to easily manage connections to remote filesystems using GIO/GVfs. It allows you to quickly connect/mount a remote filesystem and manage bookmarks of such.
Midori is a lightweight web browser.
Xfce port of the notification daemon written for GNOME.
Parole media player
Ristretto is a fast and lightweight picture-viewer for the Xfce desktop environment.
Written by Benedikt Meurer, Terminal is a modern terminal emulator for the Unix/Linux desktop - primarly for the Xfce desktop environment. It was developed by os-cillation because they saw the need for a lightweight and easy to use terminal emulator in the Xfce desktop environment, that doesn’t require the user to install the GNOME platform, but still provides a worthy alternative to the GNOME terminal emulator. Terminal requires, among other software, the libexo librarie, which is available from our download page as well. Please read the installation guide on the official Terminal page.
Xfbib is a lightweight BibTeX editor developed for the Xfce desktop manager. The intentions of Xfbib is to provide an easy and efficient way of editing BibTeX files.
Xfburn is a simple CD/DVD burning program.
Written by Johannes Zellner, this is a task (system process) manager for Xfce.
Xfce4 Volstatus Icon
Xfce4 Volstatus Icon is written by Brian Tarricone, and is a simple system tray notification icon that allows you to safely eject removable devices before you physically unplug them. It's quick, easy-to-use, and doesn't require opening a terminal or Thunar window to safely unmount each volume on a particular device.
Xfce4 Dictionary is written by Enrico Tröger, and is a client program to query different dictionaries. It can query a Dict server (RFC 2229), open online dictionaries in a web browser or verify the spelling of a word using aspell or ispell. It contains a stand-alone application and a plugin for the Xfce panel.
Xfce4 Power Manager
This application allows you to capture the entire screen, the active window or a selected region. You can set the delay that elapses before the screenshot is taken and the action that will be done with the screenshot: save it to a PNG file, copy it to the clipboard, or open it using another application.
Maybe a Gnome shell like dashboard for Xfce
Xftasklets is a framework for easily using from the GUI, and easily writing shell scripts to process files.