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Going from A to B in KDE, GNOME, and Windows

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As a Linux user, I've learned to appreciate the differences of doing things using the different desktops available. I started thinking of how one can see going from point A to point B in KDE and GNOME.


Wanna go to B? Take this path...or maybe the one less traveled.

KDE is famous for having multiple paths for traveling. Do you want to turn off the computer? Well, you can use the menu, or you can right clic and select LEAVE, or use the widgets that are normally placed next to the clock on the bottom panel. Hey, even the cashew gives you an option to turn your computer off!

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