Linked by Paul Pianta on Tue 4th May 2004 18:45 UTC
KDE This article aims to provide an insight into some aspects of KDE usability as seen by a long term Gnome user making the switch, as well as provide a mini-review of SUSE LIVE CD 9.1 - including the obligatory screenshot of course!
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Config menus
by Buck on Tue 4th May 2004 21:33 UTC

Why does everyone cry about the number of config menus? Hell, it feels intuitive to me, I don't know why... All these redundant 'configs' make sense, why do people find them overwhelming? If you don't like poking around, just don't touch configs for now, after all the defaults are pretty nice already. And if you're feeling adventurous, then...
In this light I find MacOS X to be pretty 'unconfigurable', basically it doesn't let you poke around as much as KDE does for example. All those people who can't stand too many 'config' options should consider a Macintosh.