KDE is turning out to be a fabulous Desktop. The latest version – KDE 4.4.0 aka Caikaku is choke full of features which gives the term \”Desktop usability\” a new meaning all together. What makes KDE all the more appealing is the plethora of well designed applications that come bundled with it.
Then again, considering that Windows enjoys a virtual monopoly of the computer desktop market, (with Linux garnering just over 1%), it might take some time for the ordinary lay person to savour the goodies that KDE provides.
KDE 4 on Windows
\”KDE for Windows\” is a very active project that aims to port KDE 4 and all the applications that are built on KDE to run natively in Windows.
This article accompanied by pictures explain the steps involved in installing a native build of KDE 4 on Windows.
Why should I run KDE 4 on Windows ?
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