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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RE[5]: There is a saying....
by schoate09 on Sat 5th Jul 2008 17:46 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: There is a saying...."
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That's the way the problem doesn't get resolved. As the minority OS, it's your job to branch out to the majority. If the minority keeps to itself, it would be very hard to attract developers and new users. However, if the minority branches out, and has compatibility, well it makes Adobe that much more likely to accept KDE development. "Well, if we package it with KDE library installers, we can make a KDE based Windows port and a linux port too".

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