If you’ve seen one KDE, GNOME, or Xfce distribution, you’ve seen them all, right? Anyone who's used Linux enough knows this statement is not even remotely true. For many distributions, though, the differences lie in the subtleties. It’s not about what you do with the desktop; it’s how you put everything together to improve the user experience. Mageia Linux defaults to the KDE desktop and does as good a job as any other distribution at presenting KDE to users.
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