KDE 4 Beta 3 – Screenshot Tour

A rather in-depth screenshot tour of the new KDE 4 beta 3 booted from a LiveCD. Stephan Binner has released a new version of his KDE Four Live CD. This version uses a recent SVN snapshot and works quite well. While I had some trouble testing the newest KDE 4 Beta release on my test machine, the KDE Four LiveCD works surprisingly well. According to Stephan the version used on this LiveCD is KDE 4 Beta 3 plus a set of recent patches. See the full Screenshot tour

A rather in-depth screenshot tour of the new KDE 4 beta 3 booted from a LiveCD.

Stephan Binner has released a new version of his KDE Four Live CD. This version uses a recent SVN snapshot and works quite well.

While I had some trouble testing the newest KDE 4 Beta release on my test machine, the KDE Four LiveCD works surprisingly well. According to Stephan the version used on this LiveCD is KDE 4 Beta 3 plus a set of recent patches.

See the full Screenshot tour


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