eWeek: GNOME, KDE Aim at Windows
Sep 27, 2004, 16:45 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jason Brooks)
[ Thanks to Steven J.
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"KDE and GNOME, the open-source software projects that together
form the face of most Linux installations, have undergone revisions
that boost their usability and enterprise readiness—advances
that build the case for Linux as a viable alternative to Windows on
mainstream corporate desktops.
"Some of the biggest changes in KDE 3.3 and GNOME 2.8 lie in the
projects' respective e-mail and collaboration clients, Kontact and
Evolution. Both applications are well-integrated into their desktop
environments and cover a full range of groupware functionality, but
eWEEK Labs found Evolution to be more refined and pleasant to