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A visual stroll through the world of KDE 4 Beta (3.94)

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Curious about how the next generation of KDE looks like? Be curious no more: here’s a bleeding-edge (really, sometimes it bleeds) look at the latest — 3.94 — beta of KDE 4.

Evidently, I rejoiced when I discovered that Kubuntu is carrying the latest betas of KDE 4. After following the instructions on the aforementioned page, and installing the kde4base-dev package, I started to screencap and document the newest release.

First impressions

I took home two distinct impressions:

1. KDE 4 started up faster than KDE 3 on my system.

2. There’s no flicker. KDE 3 applications used to flicker all the time. KDE 4 apps don’t anymore.

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