"Back in the late 1990s,when the KDE and GNOME desktops were
getting started, KDE had the reputation of being the most suitable
choice for new GNU/Linux users, especially those migrating from
Windows. Whether this generality is still true is debatable
(personally, I could never see much difference between the two
desktops), but KDE remains one of GNU/Linux's most popular
graphical interfaces, as well as one of the most easy to learn.
"Still, whenever you're dealing with a piece of software as
large as a desktop, some features are going to be hard to find. To
help new users get up and running, here are twelve tips for getting
more out of KDE. Many are available from the KDE Control Center, a
centralized configuration window with a daunting array of options,
but others are located elsewhere..."
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