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Old 06-09-2008, 01:21 AM   #1
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LXer: Desktop Environments: The Past and The Future

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Even the biggest fanatics of the black console box wont hold it against me if I say that in the respect of interacting with the computer, the future belongs to the GUI. And along comes the question: how will the desktop environments of the future look like? To envision them, were going to take a look at the interfaces available today, at typical and non-typical solutions given us by their creators, which finally will lead us to the question: is this still about the improvement of the comfort of work or something else?



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