I actually use Enso 0.1. Love the look and feel and the eye candy provided by Gala and Plank. As I don't love Thunar (though it works flawlessy) I installed Nemo and I'm going on with it pretty nicely.
Nice distro, give it a try
Version: 0.2 Rating: 9 Date: 2018-02-23 Votes: 3
I really like this distro, the look and the feel is good. Installed easily without issue. It has more than a passing resemblance to elementaryos and would prefer a dock (be default) instead of the solid base bar. To make it really stand out, possibly find ways to make it look more different. Works well an will no doubt catch on.
Version: 0.2 Rating: 7 Date: 2018-01-23 Votes: 2
I tried Enso 0.2 for a day (only) and while I like the concept, decided that it is not for me. Install #1 went fine, but I kept getting password incorrect error. That is, before I read the comment on this page (keyboard set to UK English by default, and can be changed easily). This is not a deal breaker, but more clarity in the installation notes/ page could save some time and some heads from being banged against the wall. Post install, the menu is nice- but screen's real estate at the bottom is taken up (@ 10 percent) by 'plank'. Disabling it does the job and gives a wider screen. Granted this distro is in its early stages of infancy, but the U/Xububtu base is more than evident- makes me wonder why not use stock Xubuntu instead. Having said that, I wish the developers all the best for their work!
Version: 0.2 Rating: 9 Date: 2018-01-22 Votes: 4
Just installed Enso 2 and so far its a pleasure to use. A little unique and a great layout. Be patient as its in beta. After the install my keyboard was set to English UK even though i chose US English during install. No big deal just change it in keyboard after install. Nice clean desktop thats easy to configure. The window manager also appears to be non functional but not needed. Will work on that. Take it out for a spin and see what you think. I'm giving it a 9. Thks