"The KDE team is working full steam on the next release of the K
Desktop Environment which is planned for spring 2000, so it is time
to look at what the new version will have in store."
"When you first install one of the beta releases and use a plain
old setting, you will probably not notice much difference between
KDE 1.1 and KDE 2.0. However, the more you explore, the more you
will find things that have changed. Also, many changes have been
made under the hood...."
"So far, KDE has had the reputation of being stable and solid,
but a bit boring when it comes to looks. This has completely
changed. KDE 1.1.2 already contained some theme ability and a theme
manager; KDE 2.0 can be graphically customized in any way you
like--the possibilities are limitless (see Figure 2). Everything
from a very basic and subdued look to a completely Gothic desktop
is possible. It's up to you and your artistic capabilities, but of
course, there are many ready-made themes for you to try...."
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