What’s new in KDE SC 4.4

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Article from Issue 115/2010
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Version 4.4 sees the KDe Software Compilation reach a status on par with the user friendliness and stability of good old KDe 3.5. On top of this, many features are new.

If you have not looked at an open source operating system for a year, you probably won’t recognize anything. Projects disappear and new ones take their place; a tool or library that is today’s buzz can be obsolete tomorrow. KDE users experienced this situation when the desktop warped from version 3.x to 4.x.

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