itnewstoday.com: It seems like just yesterday KDE 4.0 was released, and caused quite a bit of commotion in the free software world. It was bold, ambitious, and (for the most part) broken. he latest iteration of the K Desktop has just arrived in version 4.4, and while it’s still not perfect, it’s another step closer.
arstechnica.com: Last week, the KDE community officially released KDE Software Compilation 4.4, a significant update of the open source desktop environment and its associated application stack. The new version delivers some user interface improvements, enhanced usability, new features, additional software, and a number of important bug fixes.
kdenews.org: Information about security vulnerabilities will no longer be published via the Dot at http://dot.kde.org.
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- Gentoo major version KDE upgrade HOWTO
home.coming.dk: When KDE 4.4 was released a few days ago, I just had to try it out. Here is a brief outline of the installation og the unstable KDE 4.4 ebuilds and first day experience.
zdnet.co.uk/blog: The KDE 4.4 Software Compilation was released at the beginning of this week. It will take a little time for this to filter down into the popular Linux distributions, of course, but I have been waiting anxiously to see how the KDE Netbook desktop develops.
techie-buzz.com: Earlier, the KDE team had announced the availability of version 4.4 of the popular desktop environment, KDE. I’d been running the RC2 version of KDE 4.4 since it was made available. And today I’ve upgraded to the release version. Here are some screenshots:
h-online.com: The latest 4.4 release of the KDE Software Compilation (KDE SC) offers far more than just stability and bug fixes: The developers have added a special new desktop for netbooks, as well as more program options. They have also made major structural changes.
linuxinsider.com: Linux offers users numerous separate apps to manage files and handle system-related computing chores, but Krusader packages these functions in its own tool sets.