"Today, let's get down to fun using our MS-Windows-like K
desktop (KDE) to start and to run programs. An easy and fun way to
get started launching and running programs with the Linux, K
desktop is to play some games -- the same sorts of games that you
have on your MS Windows desktop such as Free Cell, Minesweeper, and
Solitaire or some other games that come with the K desktop such as
Chess, Mahjongg, Sokoban, or Tetris."
"Of course these are simple games. However, you also can play
some of the heavy-hitter, serious games on Linux such as Quake
which have been ported to Linux."
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