Posted by: Administrator
on February 17, 2007 06:28 AM
These arguments are of little use in the long run. The reason why I personally moved to Linux was that I would no longer be tied to a particular vendor or desktop environment. I have used both KDE and GNOME and both have their good and bad points. But I do think that people are missing the point over Gnome's perceived simplicity. Some people don't find it fun to spend time configuring their desktop environment -- they just want to use it, and for those of us who happen to agree with the choices of the GNOME developers, this desktop environment delivers.