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What is KDE Connect? How Do You Use It? [Beginner’s Guide]

In this article, we explain what KDE Connect is, its main features, basic usage guide, and the installation steps.
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KDE Plasma 5.24’s Default Wallpaper is Unveiled

KDE developers share the desktop wallpaper that will ship in KDE Plasma 5.24 this spring. The background was created using open source software tools.
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KDE Frameworks 5.90 Arrives with More Improvements

KDE Frameworks 5.90 is here to improve the scroll behavior in QtQuick apps, especially in the Plasma Wayland session when using fractional scaling. It will also add a more modern style, without frames, to System Settings pages that display a single big grid or list, and improve file listing speed in directories that contain lots […]

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KDE Gear 21.12 Gets First Point Release, Improves Dolphin, Kdenlive, and Many Other Apps

KDE Gear 21.12.1 is here almost a month after the release of KDE Gear 21.12 to fix a few bugs in your favorite apps. For example, it improves the Dolphin file manager to no longer crash when the Ark archive manager creates .7z archives, as well as to no longer cause a new Dolphin window […]

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KaOS Linux Sees First 2022 ISO Release with Initial ZFS Support, Latest KDE Goodies

Still powered by the Linux 5.14 kernel series, which reached end of life about one and a half months ago, KaOS Linux 2022.01 is here with the latest KDE Plasma 5.23.4 desktop environment, which is accompanied by the latest KDE Frameworks 5.89 and KDE Gear 21.12 software suites. KaOS Linux’s first 2022 ISO release also […]

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Neptune 7.0 Released as a Classic KDE-Based Linux Distro

Neptune is a Linux distro for desktops based fully upon the Debian stable branch, except for a newer kernel and some drivers. In addition, Neptune’s devs package and maintain the KDE Plasma desktop as well as KDE Frameworks and KDE Applications. The project’s latest release, Neptune 7.0 “Faye”, is based on Debian 11.2 “Bullseye” and includes KDE’s Plasma 5.20 […]

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Systemd-Free Nitrux 1.8 Launches with Initial Support for Maui Shell, XFS by Default

Coming only three weeks after Nitrux 1.7.1, which was the first release of the Debian-based distribution to ship with Linux kernel 5.15 LTS by default, Nitrux 1.8 is powered by the latest release at the moment of writing, Linux kernel 5.15.11 LTS. Nitrux 1.8 also features the latest and greatest KDE Plasma software, starting with […]

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Interesting KDE Facts and Trivia that You Should Know About

We looked back in time and found out some “Kool” KDE Facts and Trivia. Here it is.
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Maui Shell is a Beautiful Vision for the Future of Linux

The Maui Project recently shared designs for a new convergent Linux shell that will work across mobile devices and regular desktops — and it really fires the imagination. Now, “convergent” Linux UIs aren’t new. Ubuntu tried (and faile…

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Neptune 7.0 “Faye” Released with Zswap, Based on Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye”

Coming more than two years after Neptune 6.0 and more than a year after Neptune 6.5, the Neptune 7.0 release is based on the latest and greatest Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” operating system series and it’s powered by the long-term supported Linux 5.10 LTS kernel series. Dubbed “Faye,” after the member of the Bebop crew […]

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Manjaro Linux 21.2 “Qonos” Released with Linux Kernel 5.15 LTS, GNOME 41, and More

Dubbed “Qonos” and powered by the latest long-term supported Linux 5.15 LTS kernel series, Manjaro Linux 21.2 is here four months after Manjaro Linux 21.1 “Pahvo” to give you up-to-date live and installable ISO images with all the latest and greatest GNU/Linux technologies and Open Source software. Manjaro Linux 21.2 “Qonos” ships with the usual […]

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Manjaro Linux 21.2 “Qonos” Released with Linux Kernel 5.15 LTS, GNOME 41, and More

Dubbed “Qonos” and powered by the latest long-term supported Linux 5.15 LTS kernel series, Manjaro Linux 21.2 is here four months after Manjaro Linux 21.1 “Pahvo” to give you up-to-date live and installable ISO images with all the latest and greatest GNU/Linux technologies and Open Source software. Manjaro Linux 21.2 “Qonos” ships with the usual […]

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KDE Frameworks 5.89 Further Improves the Plasma Wayland Session, Fixes Many Bugs

KDE Frameworks 5.89 is here to further improve the Plasma Wayland session by making the Morphing Popups effect work correctly so that panel tooltips have a smooth animation when they appear and disappear, fixing Plasma OSD (On-Screen Display) to respect KWin’s maximized window placement policy, and improves support for QtWidgets apps like Dolphin, Gwenview, or […]

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Kali Linux 2021.4 Released: Wider Samba Compatibility, Social-Engineer Toolkit, New Tools, and More!

Offensive Security released Kali Linux 2021.4, which comes with a number of improvements: wider Samba compatibility, switching package manager mirrors, enhanced Apple M1 support, Kaboxer theming, Updates to Xfce, GNOME and KDE, Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W + …

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Top 10 Linux Distributions for KDE Plasma [Compared]

Are you planning to adopt a stable KDE Plasma-based desktop in Linux and thinking about it as a daily driver? Here, we present the top 10 Linux distributions that integrate well with KDE Plasma.
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KDE Gear 21.12 Software Suite Released as a Massive Update, Here’s What’s New

After several months of development, KDE Gear 21.12 is now ready for mass deployment with an improved Dolphin file manager that now makes it easier than ever to locate and identify files and folders, shows previews for .cbz comic book files that contain WebP images, and improves icon zooming. Dolphin is also one of the […]

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KDE Plasma Introduces GNOME-like Overview. Is it Good?

We give you a preview of the new KDE Plasma Overview Effect. Here’s how it looks, and our opinion around it.
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KDE Plasma 5.23.3 Further Improves the Wayland Session

Coming two weeks after KDE Plasma 5.23.2, the KDE Plasma 5.23.3 point release is here to further improve the Plasma Wayland session by making the Mozilla Firefox web browser more responsive to files that are being dragged and dropped. It also fixes the panel’s auto-hide animation, addresses a Plasma crash that occurred when turning an […]

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The November 2021 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the November 2021 issue. In the November 2021 issue: Happy 25th Birthday, KDE! GIMP Tutorial: Common GIMP Mistakes Softmaker FreeOffice 2021 On PCLinuxOS Short Topix: Google Chrome Could Break Ad Blockers Facial Recognition: The New Digital Menace Life’s Better When You Avoid Windows 11 […]

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KDE Gear 21.08.3 Released as the Last in the Series, KDE Gear 21.12 Arrives December 9th

KDE Gear 21.08.3 is here about a month after KDE Gear 21.08.2 and it brings one last batch of bug fixes and improvements for those of you using the KDE Gear 21.08 software suite. A total of 74 changes are included in this last KDE Gear 21.08 point release across several KDE apps and core […]

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