"With its polished, accessible interface, Version 2 of the KDE
Project's K Desktop Environment makes important strides toward
providing desktop Linux users with the sort of computing experience
they've come to expect from Windows and Mac OS."
"Although the KOffice applications don't quite match Microsoft's
Office in terms of their capabilities or the smoothness of their
interface, they're certainly powerful enough to enable users to get
work done, and the price-nothing-is a competitive advantage of its
"In eWeek Labs' tests of the software's final release candidate,
KDE2 impressed us with the progress it has made in the areas of
user experience and included applications-we recommend that sites
looking at Linux as a future desktop alternative take the time to
evaluate KDE2. In fact, anyone interested in Linux, but scared
away by its interface, should give KDE2 a try."
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