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Four Smart Things to do with the ALT+F2 Run Command in KDE

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freesoftwaremagazine.com: One of the first things that newcomers to GNU/Linux learn to do is to bypass big Start menus and blank screens (like Fluxbox) and use ALT+F2 to launch an application by simply typing in its name.

KDE Announces 4.9 RC1

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dot.kde.org: Today KDE released the first Release Candidate for the 4.9 versions of Workspaces, Applications, and Development Platform.

KDE No Longer Competitive? Developer Calls It Quits

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phoronix.com: Peter Penz, the main developer of the Dolphin file manager for the KDE desktop and a K Desktop user since KDE v1.2, is calling it quits after contributing to KDE for more than the past half-decade.

KDE Activities: A Personal Case Study

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linux-magazine.com: Activities are both KDE's most talked-about and least understood features. Whenever I enthuse over them, I am invariably greeted with so much bafflement that I suspect that they are also KDE's least used features.

Plasma Active - a New Approach to Tablet Computing

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linuxjournal.com: Why would you spend a few hundred dollars on a device that is little more than a smartphone (with a bigger screen, without the phone)?

KDE Announces 4.9 Beta2

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dot.kde.org: Today KDE released the second beta for its renewed Workspaces, Applications, and Development Platform.

The GNOME Exodus and KDE

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datamation.com: Over the last fourteen months, discontent with Unity and the GNOME 3 series of releases have sent GNOME users galloping in all directions in their search for alternatives.

KDE 4.8.4 Released

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kde.org: Today KDE released updates for its Workspaces, Applications, and Development Platform. These updates are the fourth in a series of monthly stabilization updates to the 4.8 series.

For a Lightweight Linux Desktop, Try the New Xfce 4.10

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pcworld.com: GNOME, Unity, and KDE may get the lion's share of media attention, but there are myriad other choices available out there for those who don't like the default option in their chosen distribution.

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