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Tuesday, March 15th, 2005, 1:22 am

KDE Versus GNOME

K Desktop Environment GNOME

What follows is a succinct comparison between dominant desktop environments/window managers for Linux. It is based on personal experience with KDE (under SuSE and Fedora) and
GNOME (under Ubuntu and RedHat).

KDE GNOME
Heavy Light
Highly-customisable Relatively standardised
Well-integrated Depleted
Resource-demanding Somewhat minimal

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