techrepublic.com: Beyond the desktop itself, KDE has a number of excellent tools. If you’ve never tried, you don’t know what you’re missing. So I thought I’d highlight some of these tools and maybe pique your interest. These tools vary in topic and task and should appeal to a wide range of user types.
zdnet.co.uk/blogs: In this last (for now) post about the KDE Netbook Desktop, I want to focus on what it is like to actually use it on a typical netbook. I will be using my Samsung N150 Plus, running PCLinuxOS 2010.7.
pcworld.co.nz: The K Desktop Environment's window manager KWin has long prided itself on its configurability. But is it getting too complicated?
- Advanced KDE Administration
- Use KDE Activities to Create Different Desktops for Work and Personal Use
zdnet.co.uk: After a few days of experimentation and discovery, I'm going to continue and expand that topic to the KDE Netbook Desktop in general.
blogs.fsfe.org: Alas, Frederik’s master plan has not seen a whole lot of progress. I wanted to go down that path a little as well — that has everything to do with sitting next to Lydia for a day of not-always-exciting meetings. She challenged me to make my desktop as horrifyingly pink as possible.
all-things-linux.blogspot: Although not one of my main desktop environments any longer, I have been keeping track of KDE development now and then and feel it has improved a great deal.
asinen.org: In case you’re sleeping under a rock today, KDE is celebrating its 14th birthday. I still see myself as a newbie round these parts, but I can already think of fourteen things that make me part of KDE.
earthweb.com: How will GNOME 3 compare to KDE 4? The picture is still emerging, since GNOME 3's official release is still months away. However, with GNOME Shell available as a preview in the latest GNOME releases, a general outline is starting to be visible.