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Update to Trinity KDE 3.5 fork brings improvements

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Trinity, the fork of the classic version of the KDE desktop which appeared in wake of the backlash against KDE 4.0, is still being developed and, after a year of work, a new stable release, version, of the desktop environment is now available. Trinity is a fork that continues development of the old 3.x branch of the KDE desktop and which has been enhanced with additional features but is also designed to be both compatible with newer hardware and responsive on older systems.

According to project founder and lead developer Timothy Pearson, the new stable release update (SRU) comprises more than 140 bug fixes and nearly 1,200 patches which improve overall stability while also enhancing existing features.

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