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From GNOME to KDE and back again: old computing habits are hard to break

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 87.65.20.69] on March 22, 2008 03:44 AM
I think the author hits a point: when you have taken habits, it is very difficult to change them!

I personaly choose GNOME and although KDE is a very nice GUI, I still prefer GNOME for it is easy to use and mostly because I have my little habits.
I'll probably give a try to KDE 4, but I'm (so far) not sure I'll leave GNOME.

By the way, I never got Suse or OpenSuse installed on my PC's... the installation stalled and I never found why... so after having used Fedora Core 3 for a while, I began to use Ubuntu Hoary (5.04)... since then, I stick to Ubuntu... Now I use the 64bit version of Gutsy (7.10).

Nice article.
Cheers.

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