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KDE 4.10 Brings Better, Smarter Dolphin

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Dolphin is one of the most advanced file managers around. While its extremely simply and pleasant at the front-end it has an extremely powerful and customizable back-end which give you full control in a user's hand. With KDE 4.10 shaping up it's time to have a look at what's cooking in this file manager.

And I have some good news for longtime Dolphin users.

Dude I Can Resize The Icons

If you are someone like me who missed the icon resize feature you can rejoice as the feature is "coming back" with Dolphin 2.2.

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Also: Appmenu support in KDE 4.10




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