5 Reasons Why KDE Is Better Than Unity
Jan 23, 2012, 11:01 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dean Howell)
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"5. It's hyper-polished: If you need to spend an exorbitant
amount of time in front of a computer screen then you will want it
to look good. There really is no comparison between the default
Oxygen theme– and now the oxygen font– and Ubuntu's
sleepy, low-contrast color-scheme and hard-gradient Ambiance theme.
The separation of Plasma and the basic widget-set for drawing
windows was a wise decision by the KDE project! Plasma allows for
dynamic graphics inside of desktop widgets and panels while windows
are all drawn in a more practical and static way. This puts a point
of division between the two elements and gives them an elegant
contrast that makes the experience all the more worthwhile."