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My favorite KDE Plasma desktop themes

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cristalinux.blogspot: Today I am going to share my favorite plasma themes along with some recommendations on how to get the most out of their qualities.

Ubuntu Developer Summit: Dropping KDE Desktop

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Ubuntu
Humor

kdedevelopers.org: The Ubuntu Developer Summit is in full swing here in Florida. There have been a load of important decisions taken. For example today I dropped KDE from our desktop. I know this may be controvertial with some parts of the community but we can have unity in our new desktop..

The future of OpenSuSE and KDE

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SUSE

thinq.co.uk: THINQ cornered Will Stephenson, an OpenSuSE developer working on KDE, at this year's OpenSuSE Developers Conference to find out what's in store for the future of the project.

KSnapshot gains free-region capture

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elpauer.org: From time to time I need to take a screenshot of some application or a part of my desktop. The obvious solution in KDE is KSnapshot, which is perfect if you want a rectangularly-shaped picture. No more!

Exploring the KDE Plasma Netbook interface

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linuxbsdos.com: The latest K Desktop Environment, KDE, features two modes of interacting with the desktop – the classic Desktop interface and the Netbook interface.

10 KDE tools you need to try

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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.

Using the KDE Netbook Desktop

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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.

Is KWin getting too complicated?

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KDE

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

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HowTos
  • Advanced KDE Administration
  • Use KDE Activities to Create Different Desktops for Work and Personal Use

The KDE Netbook Desktop

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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.

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