Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 12th Mar 2009 18:37 UTC
Linux After two years, the relatively popular PCLinuxOS distribution has finally put out a new major release, imaginatively called PCLinuxOS 2009.1. PCLinuxOS is a release originally based on Mandrake (now Mandriva), but which has taken on a life of its own. The distribution has one selling point (for some, at least) few other popular distributions have: it eschews KDE4 (for now).
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by darkcoder on Fri 13th Mar 2009 13:41 UTC in reply to "KDE"
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Both plasma and the standard widgets allows theming. But if you try a Live CD like Kubuntu, probably you will not find any due to lack of disk space.

And like any desktop, free or not, if you don't like the defaults, then go to the Internet and grab the stuff yourself.

And how many times, people have to say if you want the old look, you can have it. The only thing missing was the desktop icons and KDE 4.2 reintroduce that. OpenSUSE 11.1 back ported it btw, and is the only 4.1 distro with that.

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