KDE 4.1 Released

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In other KDE news, the KDE team have announced the release of KDE 4.1.

This is the first feature release after the initial KDE 4.0 release and is apparently designed to address many of the issues early adopters had with the 4.0 release.

You can peruse some of the improvements and new features this release contains. Much of this release is dedicated to fixing small but important ...

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Pardus 2008 Review

After giving this distro a few days of use, one word comes to mind: "polished."

Pardus 2008 is a Linux distribution created by the Turkish National Research Institute of Electronics and Cryptology. At its core, it is a Turkish language OS, but the English version shows no lack of attention. It is a KDE-based distribution, and while I'm not a KDE fan myself, the ease-of-use of this interface blew ...

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Dual Boot Ubuntu with Windows Vista/XP (with Printable Guide)

It's back to basics for this hybrid printable guide and standard FOSSwire post, detailing how to set up a dual boot installation with Ubuntu 8.04 co-existing alongside Windows Vista or XP.

Click here to download a fully printable PDF with all the screenshots, or just keep reading below!

You can also grab the source OpenDocument Text, for translations and derivative works.


Introduction

Ubuntu 'Circle of Friends' logo

So, you've heard a bit ...

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Using KGet Download Manager with Firefox

A couple of days ago, I took a look at KGet, which is KDE's resident download manager.

As you'd expect, KGet features heavy integration within Konqueror, the KDE web browser. However, many KDE users prefer to browse with Firefox for greater compatibility, meaning full integration between their browser and KGet isn't possible by default.

Today, I'm going to show you how you can integrate the two ...

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