Jan 112008
 Posted by at 1:46 pm

  9 Responses to “KDE 4.0 (Today Released) Screenshots Tour”

  1. Ive checked out the screen shots. I am not an big KDE fan but it looks really really nice. Could there be an “changed” dialog include within this post?

  2. Great gallery.
    1/5 = same desktop, different background.
    More than a half of them are just screenshots of the desktop running gnome applications.

  3. None of the shots really make it clear just how frustrating KDE4 is to use. It looks very pretty when installed, but the missing functionality (from KDE3.x) makes KDE4 a right royal pain in the rear end to use. That combined with some really silly ideas, like making the console integrated into Dolphin. Where as in KDE3.x the console is opened as a separate Application – Konsole – from the Konqueror tools menu with the current directory context, and it’s possible to open as many instances as you choose, and because they are seperate applications they are not constricted for screen size by the file manager.

    A better choice whould have been to have the console opened from a drop down contect menu, as a seperate application.

    I’ll stop now, before I get really carried away.

  4. Im using Ubuntu. since yesterday
    I dont know much of Linux
    I need to add KDE to my OS
    But I cant download it from anywhere
    Anyone can help me ?
    Please give me the exact place to download this without
    giving me variuos file types etc..


  5. sudo apt-get update; apt-get install kubuntu-kde4-desktop
    when asked change to kdm


  7. I still luv gnome more,kde is nice but too complicated for me

  8. Thank you for your time & effort here. I’ve learned a lot & will undoubtably learn more upgrading this list for karmic.

    I’m so grateful that you took the time to knock it out & I appreciate generosity in sharing this.

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