Originally Posted by IsaacKuo
Obviously, either your standards are very different from mine, or your linux install had a lot of heavy stuff bogging it down. The specific version of KDE I'm talking about is KDE 3.4, which is what Debian 3.1 uses.
I used 3.4 too, I think 3.5 was released a short time after I got my new box. That was suse 9.3 - 10.0.
Maybe it was suse's fault.
If you can install KDE or gnome, that would be good. Those two are "desktop enviroments" They are running on top of a window manager, and provide much more possibilities, plus their own programs, configuration-tools and so on. If you just use a window-manager you'll need alot of command-line. - Xubuntu being a bit of an exeption.