ASK KLAUS!

ASK KLAUS!

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Are Gnome and KDE equal? Gnome and KDE are always presented as equal alternatives. Are they really equal, or are there situations where one is better than the other? Can I configure my Linux system so that it will run BOTH KDE apps and Gnome apps? Technically speaking, both Gnome and KDE are highly configurable desktop systems with object-oriented internal design, and even for non-technical users, these desktops (if configured appropriately) are very easy to use.

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