Why do you prefer KDE?
nowardev at gmail.com
Mon Dec 23 17:37:35 GMT 2013
I use kde because:
1 i tried gtk desktops and they liked me but kde is more flexible i
feel free to use it like i want.
2 kubuntu has worked out of the box so kde it was running nice on my machine.
3 for me is very neat system
4 but i would say that the most important thing is that kde's people
helped me : example aseigo, i was totally new and he helped me to
develop some little stuff losing his time. in gnome destkop i felt
gnome.jpg - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxy7Wd7ZYDezZllZZFZEWVY5WGc/edit?usp=sharing
2013/12/23 james Abtahi <jamescategory at gmail.com>:
> On 12/22/2013 06:15 AM, Bruce Byfield wrote:
>> As you may have heard, KDE recently topped the Linux Journal's Readers'
>> That got me thinking. Why do people prefer KDE? What advantages do you
>> it has over other desktop environments?
>> Warning: If I get enough replies, I may use them in a blog entry for Linux
>> My thanks in advance for any replies.
> In addition to much superior *configurability* of KDE compared to other DEs,
> I personally prefer it because it's written in C++ and is based on Qt which
> makes it -- from a software engineering point of view -- vastly superior to
> DEs written in C using weird hacks to incorporate the idea of object
> oriented programming.
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