3 KDE Add-ons Worth Trying
Apr 27, 2010, 19:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"One of the remarkable features of KDE 4 is the extensibility.
Developers or even regular users can contribute to the rich
collection of artwork, software, widgets, and visual improvements.
Ever so often, I look around for rather random add-ons that make my
desktop experience more pleasant or occasionally even serve a
meaningful purpose. They range from full applications to very basic
"In no particular order, here are a few that I have recently
encountered and are worth mentioning.
"With my graduation less than a month away, this widget is the
perfect reminder of how many projects I have to finish before I
complete my courses. But the widget itself can be used for any sort
of countdown: your birthday, payday, anniversary, or anything else
you want to remember.
"Countdown to graduation
"It is a simple widget, and you can install it directly within
KDE's Add Widgets dialog."
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