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Disillusioned by the Community

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linux-blog.org: There are times when I don’t want to admit that I use and love Linux. …right now is one of those times.

KDE 4.6 Review: It’s Full Of Awesomeness

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maketecheasier.com: On January 26th of this year, KDE released version 4.6.0 of its Plasma Workspaces, Applications, and Development Platform. While many major versions of KDE have focused on features, 4.5 was mostly a stabilizing release, fixing thousands of bugs. The 4.6 release is all about polish. It is the icing on the cake for KDE 4, adding speed, visual enhancements, and increased hardware compatibility.

Trying to love KDE 4.6

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brighthub.com: Every so often I stray from the default Gnome desktop to see what else my Linux machine is capable of. And withing a day or two I usually switch back. So is the latest release of KDE good enough to earn a permanent place on my desktop?

Review: KDE 4.6

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dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: A couple days ago, KDE 4.6 was released for the world to enjoy. It boasts myriad bug fixes, new features for applications like Dolphin and Marble (among others), a revamped Activities feature, and better integration of GTK+ applications.

User Revolts

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linux-magazine.com: Why are newer versions of free software being rejected by significant numbers of users? Three years after the KDE 4 series began, some users continue to reject it, either preferring KDE 3 or looking for alternatives. GNOME 3.0 and Ubuntu's Unity seem likely to face a similar reaction --

Replacing KDE4

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linuxtoday.com: Yes, I am one of those grumpy KDE 3.x fans who can't deal with KDE4. So I've been trying out different desktop environments and window managers to replace my beloved KDE, and it has been fun and enlightening. In the past few weeks I've tested XFCE, LXDE, Fluxbox, FVWM, Ratpoison, IceWM, Afterstep, and others I have forgotten about already.

KDE SC 4.6 Review

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cristalinux.blogspot: Hot off the oven, the latest from KDE was released just a few days ago. It builds on the greatly improved and reliable KDE 4.4 and 4.5 series and brings a number of exciting new features and enhancements, as well as a cool new look thanks to an impressive new wallpaper and much improved Kwin effects.

KDE Puts You In Control with New Workspaces, Applications and Platform (Releases 4.6)

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dot.kde.org: KDE is delighted to announce its latest set of releases, providing major updates to the KDE Plasma workspaces, KDE Applications and KDE Platform. These releases, versioned 4.6, provide many new features in each of KDE's three product lines. Some highlights include:

Also: Behind KDE: Nuno Pinheiro

How a “Welded-to KDE3.5 User” Began a Move to KDE4.4

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lxer.com: In this extension of his two part guest editorial and tutorial Dr. Tony Young (an Australian Mycologist by trade) goes into detail comparing the functions of Konquerer and Dolphin and along the way discovers that he might actually keep Dolphin as his file manager.

Exploring Software—Understanding a Netbook Desktop

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linuxforu.com: Desktop environments are wonderful in the way they just work. The complexity of what is happening ‘below the hood’ is well hidden from us. Looking at the various netbook options, I was curious to understand what it involved to create or modify a netbook desktop experience.

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