[Ubuntu-BD] Linus Torvalds Switched Back To Gnome
me at omiazad.net
Sun Jan 25 08:54:44 GMT 2009
So what is going on now? KDE is loosing users?
Well I'm a Gnome fan from the very beginning but I liked the the ঝাকানাকা
interface of KDE too. As I never used KDE I don't have much knowledge of
it's changes. It seems like they are following Microsoft, as MS is also
making changes to their interface and pushing the users to use that. :)
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On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 2:50 PM, Shahriar Tariq <shahriar at linux.org.bd>wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 2:13 PM, DarkLord (:= <darklord2007 at gmail.com
> > <
> tried KDE4 for day or two.. and it had some nasty bugs and features.
> > To be frank, KDE 3.5 was much better and superior to GNOME. Personally,
> > I prefer GNOME's easy to follow clean interface without bugs. What do
> > you think?.
> I agree kde 3.5 was way superior than Gnome (in terms of feature &
> flexibility, but I still liked Gnome environment... straight forward).. KDE
> 4 have destroyed the reputation, and made some unwanted changes which we
> don't like. (no autohide panel? No root File opening within Dolphin? Why my
> Internet does not work out of the box? etc etc...)
> Even though I lost many frequently used feature, lost the charm, felt lost
> for the first week of use, I don't think I am going to switch to Gnome.
> waiting for KDE 4.2 release... lets see what it brings...
> Thanking you
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