On Saturday 27 November 2010 11:26 AM, jtd wrote:
On Friday 26 November 2010 22:26:48 Rony wrote:
On Friday 26 November 2010 07:11 PM, pavithran s
so its victory KDE and all KDE based distros you
are safe from
evil hands :D
True, but who will save us from KDE 4.X?
Gnome! My friend. :-)
;-). KDE4.XXX is not that bad, though it takes some getting used to.
Also read somwhere that you can get back the old interface easily.
It is not the interface but its dead weight that I did not like. Gnome
has a very good 'Places' menu that allows you to mount network drives
very smoothly. KDE was buggy on that front even before version 4.0. One
area where KDE beats Gnome hands down is K3B. I still use it in gnome by
adding it post installation. Gnome's recorder works but sometimes it
keeps giving repeated errors even in simple settings. K3B comes to the
rescue. And there's 'showfoto' which is excellent for picture labeling.
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