KDE SC 4.4.0 Caikaku Released

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Pedro, Feb 9, 2010.

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    Release Announcement

     
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    BTW are you using Kickoff or Lancelot? Or Krunner for that matter.
     
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    The classical KMenu. Hm - quite frankly, I've never thought about using anything else ;)

    What about you?
     
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    I use Lancelot, and of course KRunner. They're fantastic.
    KMenu is so 3.5 :D
     
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    Perhaps, but I'm familiar with it. Well, tastes differ ...;)
     
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    I'm just kidding of course. But you should give it a go someday (Lancelot), it's very configurable, including its size.
     
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    KDE Review: KDE 4.4 Comes in from the Cold
    By Bruce Byfield
     
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    I've actually gone back to 3.5 for the time being. It feels quite retro-cool to be running it. So light and fast I just can't give it up fall time just yet.
    Although it's fast kde4 still feels somewhat bloated, i'm struggling to warm to it. It's still lacking some of the simple functionality that 3 provides. I'll probably wait until 4 is in stable before switching full time now, if at all. LXDE seems to be closer to what I want DE wise than kde4. So perhaps when Debian drops 3 I will drop kde all together.
     
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    Aaron Seigo on the Future of KDE
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