eWeek: Alpha Code Shows a Strong KDE 3.2 Ahead
Sep 25, 2003, 21:00 (17 Talkback[s])
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"The KDE Project's KDE 3.2, which eWEEK Labs reviewed in its
initial alpha release, should impress companies countenancing
desktop Linux deployments.
"Along with GNOME, which we reviewed in its 2.4 beta edition
last week... K Desktop Environment is one of the two most popular
graphical environments for Linux, so changes in KDE can affect
users more directly than updates to software subsystems.
"In the alpha version we tested, KDE 3.2 impressed us with
improvements to its Konqueror Web browser and file manager and with
the addition of a handful of new applications, including Kopete, a
multiprotocol instant messaging client..."