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KDE 4.4: Does It Work Yet?

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linux-mag.com: I used to love KDE way back in the KDE 1.x and KDE 2.x days of yore. I migrated away from KDE during the early 3.x days in favor of GNOME. I’m stepping back into KDE from a GNOME user’s viewpoint with a single question in my mind: “Does it work yet?”

Interview With Netbook Master from KDE Plasma

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Interviews

kdenews.org: Marco "Notmart" Martin is of course well known as one of the primary developers of the new Plasma Netbook workspace and for his habit of teasing us via his blog with news of new features for the X+1 release of our Software Compilation just before version X is released...

Window-specific options in KDE 4.4

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ghacks.net: Continuing with the KDE 4.4 theme we will turn our phasers towards configuring window-specific options. What exactly does this mean? It means you can configure options for a specific window that apply only to a specific window or a specific application.

KDE or Openbox

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Software

celettu.wordpress: I love KDE, and the latest release is better than ever. It’s easy, fast, beautiful, all that. So when I installed Arch on another partition and slapped Openbox on it I certainly didn’t think I would consider using it full time.

KDE 4.4 Review, Screenshot Tour (and KDE 4.0 Comparison)

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internetling.com: 21,000 closed bugs later, the KDE team has announced the new KDE 4.4 and I simply had to take a look. After all, the last time I took KDE 4 Series for a spin was back when I still thought open source was one word.

Personalizing KDE 4.4

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HowTos

ghacks.net: Sticking with our KDE theme this week, it’s time to learn how to make KDE 4.4 yours. You’ve downloaded it, you’ve used it, and now you want to personalize it. In this article I am going to show you how.

Five useful KDE 4.4 widgets

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ghacks.net: With the rise of KDE 4.4 comes a new crop of desktop widgets (or Plasmoids). Earlier renditions of KDE 4.x saw the Plasmoids less than useful. The latest workings, however, have become quite useful, productive even.

KDE Review: KDE 4.4 Comes in from the Cold

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earthweb.com: Between radical changes and limited functionality, the KDE 4 series got off to a rough start. However, with each release, KDE 4 has improved steadily and silenced more critics. Now, with the 4.4 release, the series has reached first maturity.

KDE SC 4.4: A Worthy (though not perfect) Upgrade

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itnewstoday.com: It seems like just yesterday KDE 4.0 was released, and caused quite a bit of commotion in the free software world. It was bold, ambitious, and (for the most part) broken. he latest iteration of the K Desktop has just arrived in version 4.4, and while it’s still not perfect, it’s another step closer.

Hands-on: semantic desktop starts to show in KDE SC 4.4

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arstechnica.com: Last week, the KDE community officially released KDE Software Compilation 4.4, a significant update of the open source desktop environment and its associated application stack. The new version delivers some user interface improvements, enhanced usability, new features, additional software, and a number of important bug fixes.

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