On Desktops

I said earlier that I did not like the direction in which KDE 4.0 was going in. But the underlying cause can be perhaps found in Havoc Pennington’s post. GNOME 2.0 and KDE 4 are bad models for change. [Continue]

Trying Out XFCE

I have been a KDE loyal for quite some years now. I had first taken to it on Solaris, and since then nothing else has worked for me. However, now I am trying out XFCE for some reasons. [Continue]


How do you quickly note down numbers or certain information? In spite of being on the computer from sunrise in India to noon on the US east coast, I used the paper and pencil. The main reason being it was not very convenient to open whatever I wanted to use to save the information. [Continue]

10 Years Of KDE

Its been 10 years since this fantastic desktop environment was born out of need for building a nice looking free desktop environment for Linux/X11. KDE has given me an enhanced and unified user experience and helped me work across multiple operating systems like Solaris, Red Hat, Suse, Mandrake, OpenBSD and Kubuntu. I have been used it even on Microsoft Windows through KDE on Cygwin. [Continue]



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