KDE 4 Beta 4 Released!

KDE is an award-winning, independent project of hundreds of developers, translators, artists and other professionals worldwide collaborating over the Internet to create and freely distribute a sophisticated, customizable and stable desktop and office environment employing a flexible, component-based, network-transparent architecture and offering an outstanding development platform.

The KDE Community is happy to release the fourth Beta for KDE 4.0. This Beta aimed at further polishing of the KDE codebase and we would love to start receiving feedback from testers.

With the fourth Beta, the KDE developers hope to collect comments and bug reports from the wider KDE community. With their help, we hope to solve the most pressing problems with the current KDE 4 codebase to ensure the final 4.0 release is usable. We would like to encourage anyone who is willing and able to spend some time on testing to find and report problems to the KDE developers.

This Beta has mostly been focussing on finalizing the design of the libraries in preparation for the release of the KDE Development Platform. Yet, many user-visible changes have gotten in as well. While new features and usability improvements were added, bugs were found and fixed in KDE and the stability of Beta 4 has improved much compared to the previous Betas. In the following sections, we will try to highlight some visible improvements in Beta 4 compared to Beta 3. Since work has been done all over KDE, please note that this is not a complete overview of all changes!

Source : K Desktop Environment – KDE 4.0 Beta 4

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One Response to “KDE 4 Beta 4 Released!”

  1. wasim Says:

    I like KDE but I don’t understand why most of the softwares in KDE starts with K and thats makes me dizzy therefore I prefer Gnome and I know that there are also some softwares in gnome which starts with G but it is limited. Personally I wish that both KDE and Gnome developers should work together in order to ensure that all the softwares are compatible with both the desktop environment.


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