"After three weeks of using KDE 4 on my laptop, I continue to
find new features and changes. I am aware of the dictionary of
special names that make up the back end of the new KDE--Oxygen,
Plasma, Phonon, and the rest--but just as often as the major
features, it's the little items that I find welcome as much as the
large ones. Increasingly, I'm looking at KDE 4 as a statement about
what a desktop should be, and contrasting it with my own ideas on
"Last week, I talked about the defaults that didn't match my
concepts of usability (and I meant defaults; I'm well aware that
many settings can be changed, including the ones about which I
complained, but the point is that even experienced users can miss
the customizing tools). The result was exactly the sort of detailed
discussion I was hoping for, when Aaron Seigo gave a detailed
critique of my comments in his blog..."
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