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Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on July 30, 2008 02:58 AM
I had high hopes for KDE 4.0. They released it way too soon... I'll never understand releasing unusable software and calling it a full version. And, I really don't understand why most distros had to rush out a new version with KDE 4. This isn't Windows, you know.

I was told,"just wait six months until 4.1! We'll fix everything that's missing." Well, they didn't... You can't hide the friggin' taskbar, there is no KNetworkManager, and not only can't you get rid of the Add-a-Widget widget in the top-right corner, it looks like they've added another on to the right side of the taskbar. I don't use widgets. I don't plan on using widgets. Why must there be FOUR ways to add widgets?

Now I'm being told, "just wait six months until 4.2! We'll fix everything that's missing. And we really mean it, this time."


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