"Most of the configuration tests were done in the Professional
edition. All of the window managers and environments worked well
and all had their own standard configuration tools. I had fun
exploring all of the different environments, especially the beta
KDE2 I chose to install. This was pretty stable, much more so than
some of the earlier versions I have seen of this environment, and
it makes me look forward to its official release."
"Though not the 'official' SuSE environment, the KDE desktop had
a few features that made it fit better with SuSE, such as the neat
touch of displaying a stark red desktop and red text when you are
in root, as compared to the more sedate default blue tones a
regular user sees. The KDE environment also includes Panel access
to the SuSE configuration tools that allowed me to quickly access
the network settings, for example, and tweak my network settings
that I'd entered incorrectly during installation...."
"In all, I found SuSE to be among the most user-friendly of the
Linux distributions I have seen to date and it is likely going to
stay on my desktop for some time to come. This ease of use is
exactly what SuSE is aiming for, as I learned in an interview with
Volker Wiegand, President of SuSE Inc., the U.S. division of
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