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Poll: Kde Vs Gnome (878 member(s) have cast votes)

Kde Vs Gnome

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#181 DAaaMan64



  • Joined: 19-August 04

Posted 27 December 2005 - 09:18

I don't like gnome, getting advanced stuff is overcomplicated on purpose. KDE has a nice control center.

#182 kevcart3



  • Joined: 11-February 03
  • Location: Kentucky, U.S.

Posted 27 December 2005 - 09:23

I have completely switched over to XFCE for the past month or so, and I haven't looked back since, it's great! :D

#183 matt95110


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  • Joined: 24-July 03
  • Location: Toronto, Ontario

Posted 27 December 2005 - 11:38

I've used KDE, Gnome, XFCE, all the Boxes, Enlightenment and I find myself wandering back to Gnome. Its the only one that seems to do everything that I need it to do. I like KDE, but I just don't see the need to customize everything that I possibly can. Plus as a Gentoo user I find myself confused as hell over the monolithic versus split-ebuilds.

#184 asmorth



  • Joined: 11-May 04

Posted 28 December 2005 - 09:59

kde kde kde kde kde kde kde kde kde

all the way....

gnome too dopey

#185 GaMMa



  • Joined: 21-January 03

Posted 04 January 2006 - 06:11

I'm growing sick of Gnome. I've been using it religiously for a while, but it's growing annoying. I'm going to give KDE another spin and see how I like it. KDE is annoying to configure, but is a decent environment. I think Gnome hit the nail on the head when it comes to configuring things. KDE applications seem better integrated, and they have a more promising future with plasma and all the new KDE4 stuff. I'll post impressions of KDE later :p.

#186 CavsTrumpet



  • Joined: 06-January 06
  • Location: Indiana

Posted 06 January 2006 - 17:55

I've heard more about GNOME, but i've never used either...

i have a couple of questions on the subject, though...

1) which would be more compatible on an older computer?
2) which would be easier to use/get accustomed to?
3) how do you install them/which linux version should you be using?

any help would be appreciated

#187 speedemonV12



  • Joined: 19-May 05

Posted 14 January 2006 - 12:26

Gnome is by far better for more serious users.....kde is to cluttered for me ...i love the gnome setup

#188 mr_demilord



  • Joined: 04-May 05
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Posted 14 January 2006 - 12:43

Gnome is by far better for more serious users.....kde is to cluttered for me ...i love the gnome setup

Speaking about a troll.
KDE is a totally different desktop environment, gnome ain't better then KDE. It's a personal preference.
It's better for you, but it ain't better generally