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The Greatest KDE Distro Ever: An Early Look at openSUSE 11.3

Feb 04, 2010, 15:03 (4 Talkback[s])
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"This week marks the first milestone release of openSUSE, on the road to 11.3. With their current stable release, 11.2, the distribution made KDE the official default desktop and thanks to their efforts, created the greatest implementation ever.

"Now, with version 4.4 on the way the KDE desktop experience from openSUSE is looking to be better than ever.

"The New KDE

"If you've already been using a recent version of KDE, such as 4.3.5, you probably won't notice a huge amount of difference between it and the upcoming 4.4. Most of the changes are under the hood with no doubt countless bug fixes and tweaks. There are a number of less subtle changes however, such as the new Plasma interface for netbooks, a technology preview. KDE has come a long way since that initial 4.0 release and this upcoming version 4.4 will be one of the greatest achievements on the desktop for 2010."

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