• 7 KDE Apps You Should Know About

    Although you can start using them reasonably quickly, these KDE applications seem to cram every feature that could be possibly relevant into their windows.

    KDE regularly polls as the most popular desktop environment for Linux. However, because more desktops use GNOME applications, to many users KDE might as well be a separate operating system. That is unfortunate, because some of the most feature-rich free applications are designed for KDE.

    I am not referring here to utilities like the Kate text editor, the Konsole terminal, or even the Dolphin file manager. All of these are well-integrated into KDE and have all the features any user could want, but most of them are matched by GNOME counterparts. Rather, I am thinking of applications that are outstanding by any measure, the best of breed in their software categories.

    For example, here are seven KDE applications guaranteed to ease anybody's work-flow. They are listed alphabetically:

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