KDE 4 and the User Experience

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| By contrast, KDE 4 is high-gloss fresh from the CD. With a color palette that
| is a little bit Vista, and widgets and icons that are a little bit GNOME or
| OS X with their shading and perspective and clean lines, KDE 4 is a radical
| departure visually from its predecessors.
| Start moving around the desktop, and you'll notice the same scalable vector
| graphics used for the icons have also started transforming KDE applications,
| including many of the games. You'll also notice a considerable increase in
| speed, apparently thanks to the new 4.3 Qt libraries -- even when running
| from a live CD.


[KDE Digest - Raptor]

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| One part of the vision of the Raptor team is to create a menu that combines
| the strengths of 3 ways to launch programs:
| * The overview one has with menus.
| * The speed one has by using console (if one knows the name).
| * The possibilities of the search capabilities a system can offer.
| As a launch menu is often used, it is a very visible element of a desktop
| system. Thus, our vision includes an “eye-candy”, beautiful presentation of
| this central launch menu.



[KDE 4] More on Raptor

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| Lately I have been researching a lot on usability and mostly the merits of
| Fitt's Law, the more I studied this law the more I believe that Raptor's
| approach to the issue is fundamentally correct. *


Raptor! join the fun.

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| What is raptor? Raptor is a an amazing project i have been working in the
| last few days. It trays to be a fresh new way of finding your desktop
| applications, and interacting with its users.


KDE4 is Very Attractive

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| KDE4 will be a big step towards an enterprise software business based on free
| software. The software on the big servers is there already, the desktop is
| next. - kdedevelopers blogs


I have been playing with KDE lately.

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| You know what though? Don’t tell Gnome, but KDE seems to be a little bit
| bouncier, springier and responsive. KDE seems to let me pick and choose my
| experience just a little bit more.