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Praise for Fedora 15 and KDE 4.6.x - A great experience!

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Linux

linuxtweaking.blogspot: Some old time Fedora users may be aware of Fedora's poor track record when it comes to KDE although things have been changing ever since the release of KDE 4.x.

KDE 4.7 – all your emails are belong to us

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  • KDE 4.7 – all your emails are belong to us
  • Awesomeness to land in KDE with release 4.7

KDE 4.7 Released, New Features, Improved Stability and Performance

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dot.kde.org: KDE is delighted to announce its latest releases—Version 4.7—providing major updates to the KDE Plasma Workspaces, KDE Applications, and the KDE Platform.

GNOME vs. KDE vs. Unity: Customization Tools and Ease of Use

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KDE
Software

datamation.com: Customization has always had a high priority on the Linux desktop. That hasn't changed now that the two major desktops have become three -- GNOME, KDE and Ubuntu's Unity. If anything, as much as two-thirds of the complaints are about this trio.

You, KDE!

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kate-editor.org: For me, it (still) feels very unnatural to talk about us as KDE. I’m still thinking in terms of the KDE community; and the KDE Project releases the KDE Desktop (or just KDE).

Top Ten of the most viewed KDE Websites

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KDE
Web

neverendingo.blogspot: Some readers might remember, some time back we talked about setting up stats for most of our KDE Websites. Yes, we did. And i thought it is time to share something of that with you.

GNOME & KDE Developers Go To Battle Over A Name

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Software

phoronix.com: Ahead of the Berlin Desktop Summit, several GNOME and KDE developers have begun a mailing list battle...over a name.

KDE Plasma Desktop Introduction

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  • KDE Plasma Desktop Introduction
  • aseigo: ++performance
  • public transport plasmoid looking for your input

Make Use Of KDE’s Desktop Features: Activities, Widgets & Dashboard

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Software
HowTos

makeuseof.com: It hasn’t been too long ago (since the beginning of this month, in fact) that I switched from using a GNOME desktop to a KDE desktop for my Linux system. This article is all about the features that are meant to boost your productivity and how to use them.

KDE 4.7: Long-Term Vision, Ongoing Myopia

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datamation.com: The problems in the 4.7 release reveal that KDE is making little movement toward solutions.

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