" Two of the most common Linux desktop environments are GNOME
"Many Linux distributions use one of these as the default
desktop. For example, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, and openSuse use
GNOME by default. Mandriva, Kubuntu, and Debian ship with KDE. Jack
Wallen has put together two galleries to visually acquaint you with
the basics of KDE and GNOME:
* Linux basics: The KDE desktop
* Linux basics: The GNOME desktop ...
* SolutionBase: Seek Enlightenment for an easy-to-use Linux
* Enlightenment takes a giant leap forward"