"One of the best things about KDE 4, the newest release of the
mainstream Linux desktop manager, is something it doesn't do--force
you to adapt to its way of running a computer desktop. Sure, the
desktop environment boasts new 3-D effects, a polished theme, and
improved functionality. But what KDE 4 does best is give users the
ability to almost completely re-design their desktops, putting
their programs, icons, and useful widgets wherever they see fit, on
as many desktops as they want, to create their ideal workspace. I
spent some time exploring the features of the less-than-week-old
"If you wanted to see how KDE 4 looks right now without
committing yourself to a new install, you can burn a live CD from
the Kubuntu or openSUSE distributions, both of which plan to
implement KDE 4 in their next releases..."
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