Posts Tagged ‘KDE’
Plasma 5 gets into our desktop guide as we also tell you how to put Linux on Android.
Individual elements of KDE are being split off into different development cycles, and KDE Workspaces 4.11 will make way for the (temporarily named) Plasma Workspaces 2
The delayed Plasma Media Centre beta is finally out, upgrading the somewhat lacklustre original outing
KDE 4.11′s first release candidate shows off new versions of Plasma Workspaces, Applications, and the Development Platform.
The release candidates for the alternate Linux Mint spins have just been released, with the official XFCE and KDE editions of Linux Mint 15 available for those that prefer them
The Plasma Media Center, built on KDE, offers a “rich experience” in its first release as a competitor to many other open source HTPC offerings
The second beta of the next GNOME Shell’s development has been released slightly late, and is now available for testing
The story of Qt and the Kool Desktop Environment
The KDE 4.10 Software Compilation to be more exact, which includes the new versions of Plasma Workspaces, Applications and Development Platform
The final KDE 4.10 release candidate is now out, with features for the final release including faster indexing, better notifications, and Qt Quick
Mageia 3, the next version of the popular new distribution, is in its final Alpha stages, with updates to the installer and kernel
Don’t you trust the websites you’re visiting? Thanks to Qubes, you can visit them in disposable virtual machines and isolate many other applications from each other