Linked by David Adams on Fri 4th Jul 2008 15:55 UTC, submitted by amjith
KDE The windows port for KDE allows users to install and run KDE applications in Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista . This tutorial will guide you step by step through installing KDE in Windows.
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Remember, Stallman was developing GNU on proprietary platforms at first. KDE on Windows is probably the epitome of OSS development - a huge OSS project starting a port to the most important proprietary platform. This is up there with Apache or PHP being optimized for Windows, in terms of impact/importance.

You do have to realize that some people are used to Windows, some prefer it, and some aren't able to choose their OS (predefined environment).

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