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Posted by: Anonymous Coward on February 18, 2007 11:52 AM
I've used them both. The only real problem for me configurability. You would think that if some of the smaller desktop environments easily configured, why not GNOME? KDE is bloated, no arguments, but it is still end user configureable, heck even Fluxbox is more configureable! The last time I used GNOME, when you added an app that was not in the distro (ie- compiled it yourself) you could not add it to the apps menu. I hope this changes.


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