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The K desktop environment provides an integrated desktop for Unix workstations which combines ease of use, contemporary functionality and outstanding graphical design with the technological superiority of the Unix operating system.

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FEATURES: Is UNIX ready for the desktop ? 
KDE is a powerful graphical desktop environment for Unix workstations. It combines ease of use, contemporary functionality and outstanding graphical design with the technological superiority of the Unix operating system.

KDE is a completely new desktop, incorporating a large suite of applications for Unix workstations. While KDE includes a window manager, file manager, panel, control center and many other components that one would expect to be part of a contemporary desktop environment, the true strength of this exceptional environment lies in the interoperability of its components.

Beta 2 released on November 23, 1997

We are pleased to announce the availability of the second public beta 'Neheim' of the K Desktop Environment.

For details on how to get and install the distribution, go here.

News


[23 Nov] KDE Beta 2 'Neheim' released
[15 Dec] Suse 5.1 ships with KDE
[25 Dec] Linux distributions shipping with KDE
[14 Jan] Matthias Holzer has updated the KDE FAQ


Last updated on 27 January 1998.
Maintained by Bernd Johannes Wuebben