Customization has always had a high priority on the
Linux desktop. That hasn't changed now that the two major desktops
have become three -- GNOME, KDE and Ubuntu's Unity. If anything, as
much as two-thirds of the complaints are about this trio.
Often, the problem isn't that a tool is missing, but that it's
been renamed or repositioned. But the questions remain: Which of
the three major Linux desktops offers the most customization tools,
and which tools are easiest to use?
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