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

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 142.176.85.143] on March 27, 2008 06:26 PM
Author's comparison of Gnome and KDE is not about Gnome and KDE, but, as another comment states, is about Ubuntu vs. Kubuntu.

I have tried Ubuntu, Kubuntu, and many other distributions. Kubuntu, quite simply, has always been fraught with difficulties, including my final forray with Kubuntu when it wouldn't install.

I have tried many Gnome and KDE based distros and have learned that for me, KDE is more suitable. I have zeroed in on PCLOS and Mandriva, but PCLOS is my main distro now (at work and at home).

Just goes to show you, don't believe everything you read. The good thing about the present internet and blogging is anyone can voice an opinion, the bad thing is anyone can voice an opinion (even if it is terribly misinforming).

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