September 21, 2001

KDE 2.2.1 rivals Windows

Author: JT Smith

The review's at ZDNet: "KDE is available in binary form for most versions of Linux and Unix, and its feature set and
user-friendly look and feel will help facilitate the migration of Windows users to a Linux-based
desktop environment. Naturally, the primary downfall of deploying KDE is a lack of mature,
enterprise-level Linux productivity apps, especially those that can properly import documents in
MS Office format. In deciding whether to implement the KDE desktop, it's essential that IT
managers evaluate users' needs and abilities, and take stock of available productivity software
that's compatible with the KDE environment."


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