Linked by lemur2 on Thu 26th Jan 2012 22:42 UTC
KDE KDE has announced its latest set of releases, providing major updates to KDE Plasma Workspaces, KDE Applications, and the KDE Platform. Version 4.8 provides many new features, and improved stability, performance and dynamic power management.
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RE[3]: Improvements
by tonny on Fri 27th Jan 2012 15:19 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Improvements"
tonny
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2011-12-22

I ain't can't let go KDE3. Re-read my post, please?

And yes, I've checked razor-qt. It sure is interesting. Memory footprint's low too, but still not that user friendly.

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RE[4]: Improvements
by cmost on Sun 29th Jan 2012 21:02 in reply to "RE[3]: Improvements"
cmost Member since:
2006-07-16

I ain't can't let go KDE3. Re-read my post, please?

And yes, I've checked razor-qt. It sure is interesting. Memory footprint's low too, but still not that user friendly.



I didn't misunderstand anything. One constant I always find in comments regarding KDE 4 is always the same folks who bitch and moan that KDE 4 is slow; it's a resource hog; it's glitchy. These are CLEARLY people who can't let go of the fact that KDE 3.x is over and haven't actually used (as in every day) a recent KDE version post 4.2. They repeat this tired old FUD time and time again and frankly there's no merit to these claims. I agree with Lemur. I've been using KDE 4.7.x on a chintzy little netbook and it runs circles about the anemic Windows 7 Starter that shipped with the netbook with full 3D accelerated desktop effects enabled and all my standard programs. It's time to get over it already.

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RE[5]: Improvements
by lemur2 on Sun 29th Jan 2012 21:33 in reply to "RE[4]: Improvements"
lemur2 Member since:
2007-02-17

"I ain't can't let go KDE3. Re-read my post, please?

And yes, I've checked razor-qt. It sure is interesting. Memory footprint's low too, but still not that user friendly.



I didn't misunderstand anything. One constant I always find in comments regarding KDE 4 is always the same folks who bitch and moan that KDE 4 is slow; it's a resource hog; it's glitchy. These are CLEARLY people who can't let go of the fact that KDE 3.x is over and haven't actually used (as in every day) a recent KDE version post 4.2. They repeat this tired old FUD time and time again and frankly there's no merit to these claims. I agree with Lemur. I've been using KDE 4.7.x on a chintzy little netbook and it runs circles about the anemic Windows 7 Starter that shipped with the netbook with full 3D accelerated desktop effects enabled and all my standard programs. It's time to get over it already.
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Hear hear.

Well said.

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