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View Poll Results: Desktop Environment of the Year
I voted for KDE because that is what I use, but Gnome is a strong STRONG condender. Specially after KDE has officialy stopped supporting RAM < 128 mb. And I used to think only Windows XP uses so much ram If only it was not for amarok.
Next year, I think it will be different, but then next year I will be voting for KDE 4 Lets see how that turns out.
Hmmm.... I use XFCE as my primary desktop enviro, but I run MANY KDE apps, enough so that I simply let my Slack install disk install the full KDE environment. So really, my vote would be for the combination of the two, but I suppose if I have to choose ONE of them it would have to be XFCE.
I've tried gnome and kde. I like the panels of gnome more. But overall I like kde better. It's a much more complete desktop than gnome (app-wise). Sure I can use kde apps in gnome but it's so much nicer when everything blends together in one unified piece.