What do KDE 4.2 and Windows 7 have in common?
Jan 26, 2009, 21:02 (12 Talkback[s])
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"OK, I thought. Maybe I didn't get it. So, I gave the
last KDE 4.2 beta and release candidate another try for a month on
one of my openSUSE 11.1 desktops. Historically, SUSE and KDE
developers work closely with each other, so openSUSE is a great
distribution for any version of KDE. Well, they may work well
together, but openSUSE with KDE 4.2 doesn't work for me.
"Just like Windows 7 beta, which I'm running on another PC, my
fundamental problem is each desktop's fundamental interface
changes. In both cases, I find that, instead of helping me to get
my work done, the interfaces are actually getting in the way."