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Old 02-28-2008, 11:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Kubuntu 8.04 Alpha KDE4 Screenshots


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Kubuntu KDE4 Hardy Alpha is here. There will be two editions of Kubuntu with the 8.04 release, a commercially supported KDE 3 edition and a community supported KDE 4 edition. We recommend the KDE 4 edition to those who want to try this exciting new desktop version and can put up with some missing features. It comes with KDE 4.0.1 and some applications from KDE 3 to fill in any gaps. Screenshots at The Coding Studio

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