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KDE 4.3 released yesterday

KDE 4.3 released yesterday

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My Favorite Desktop under #Linux has reach a huge milestone

KDE 4.3.0 is out, and it is a great release. It is unlikely that any one specific thing will strike the user as the most noticeable improvement; rather, the overall user experience of KDE has improved greatly in KDE 4.3.0. The release’s codename, Caizen, is a Japanese philosophy that focuses on continuous improvement throughout all aspects of life. That has been the goal of the KDE team for 4.3.0: polish, polish, polish. The statistics from the bug tracker speak for themselves: 10,000 bugs have been fixed. In addition, close to 63,000 changes were checked in by a little under 700 contributors. That is not to say that the KDE team did not add a large number of new features: 2000 feature requests were implemented in the past 6 months, meaning that any user’s pet feature might well be among the improvements KDE 4.3.0 brings. Read more at KDE.org

Install it under OpenSuse 11.1 using this page http://en.opensuse.org/KDE4 or this icon  Kde4-ymp.png (One Click Install)

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