"KDE 3.2 offers a slew of new features, including an updated
khtml engine, an SVG viewer/player kpart, better tab integration on
Konqueror (which are now available for file management as well for
web pages), CD burning via Konqueror, and even an addon-like
technology, named Service Menus. Any user can hack together their
own custom service menus and create their ideal addon menu without
any C/C++ code. There is also a better Kiosk support, support for
graphically connecting to Windows machines, and support for inline
automatic spellchecking for some apps like kmail.
"The Kontact manager has seen a lot of work and seamlessly
integrates KMail, the address book, the calendar, a notes system
and a Palm Pilot kpart. Together with the KGroupware project this
can be a very strong point of KDE pitching itself to the corporate
desktop when Kontact becomes more stable (currently, I find it to
not be as much). The now included multi-IM solution, Kopete, also
integrates seamlessly with the KAddressBook..."
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