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Old 08-25-2008, 06:11 PM   #1
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LXer: 5 KDE3 Applications I Need on a Daily Basis

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BasKet: This notes-taking application just might be a killer application for Linux. Some say a single application won't make a person switch from one OS to another, but I disagree. Take all those threads/comments like 'I only dual-boot because of Photoshop or GTA or you name it'. On forums I also read many threads in which the authors say they switched or tried KDE just because they like Amarok or K3b (being the only KDE application they used). Or vice-versa.



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