Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 29th Dec 2005 15:34 UTC, submitted by oGALAXYo
KDE "This document was created to show non-KDE people what they're missing - and if you haven't used KDE a lot, you're missing a lot of things and you may interested in reading this page to learn how many wonderful things you've been missing. I promise, this is a subjective analysis of why KDE rules. I was a GNOME user for a long time, one of those users who loved GNOME UI, and I didn't know how much things I was missing with KDE until I tried it."
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Good point ya all there
by Anonymous on Fri 30th Dec 2005 00:31 UTC
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Linux won't take off really. It would take a major market push to do so really. There shouldn't be so much new features every release of KDE or Kernel. Companies use linux mostly as server, so x server (or desktop environments) are unussed extensively by them.
But on desktop computers is the gui which make people do things. But most of the times in Ubunt or every other linux distribution to do a simple thing, you need to open terminal. If you want to update kernel - it get's tricky and a simple user won't propably do it. And a desktop os should have really easy update routine, that's a must! We need consolidation between KDE and GNOME. Most users work on Windows, because it simply works. And works well. So what the hell linux offers, to make spending less bucks worth? It's really geek-minded or server-oriented and when it comes to make simple thing... Naah, let's stick to better os.

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