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Tag Archives: kde desktop
I’m not going to say they are all related, but a bunch of changes have presented themselves to me lately, things that demanded decisions. Somehow I sense the biggest is yet to come, so I’m trying to take care of … Continue reading
No riding today. Not that I don’t feel energetic enough, but it’s feaking hot and it requires exceptional energy to face heat on long bike rides over the hills out here. So I settled for slapping on a knee brace … Continue reading
This is just an outline, not a full detailed explanation. I still consider XFCE the best desktop, but it is quite demanding on users migrating from Windows if you don’t have an acquaintance with the Unix approach to computers. KDE … Continue reading
While I still believe that CentOS with all it’s locked down design is best for the average home/home-office user, it’s too confining for someone like me. Thus, I run Debian on all of my systems. On newer laptops, in particular, … Continue reading
After some feedback from users who are migrating from Windows to Linux, I realize XFCE probably isn’t the best choice for most of them. So after a little chatter here with someone about my various desktop concerns, I think I’ll … Continue reading