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What To Expect From KDE 4.0

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With KDE 4.0 being released later this year a lot of Linux users have started speculating on what we can expect from this big KDE version release. The consensus is that the features in KDE 4.0 are going to be prettier, More “user friendly” and more intuitive than KDE 3.5. These chages are likely to be another attempt by the Linux community to make Linux easier for windows users to convert to.

KDE 4.0 is going to be making big use of SVC, Or scalable Vector Graphics, for images instead of the pixmap it currently uses.

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