KDE 4.7 Beta 1 Releasedview story

http://www.kde.org – The 4.7 release will bring a number of exciting improvements: KWin, Plasma's window manager now supports OpenGL-ES 2.0, improving performance and deployability on mobile devices. Dolphin, KDE's flexible file manager has seen user interface improvements and now sports a better user experience for searching in files' metadata. KDM, KDE's login manager now interfaces with the Grub2 bootloader. (Software)

Fedora Linux 15 Releasedview story

http://fedoraproject.org – Fedora 15 brings KDE 4.6, GNOME 3.0, Xfxe 4.8, Firefox 4, LibreOffice 3.3, dynamic firewall, improved power management, consistent device naming scheme, systemd, and much more free and open source software (Distributions)

7 ways to switch activities in KDE Plasma desktopview story

http://hanschen.org – With virtual desktops you have many alternatives – you can use the Pager widget, desktop effects, keyboard shortcuts, switch desktop on screen edges etc. But what about activities? I counted the methods that I know and ended up with 7 different ways to switch activities (depending on how you count), all of which I’ll share in this post. Who knows, maybe you’ll find a new favorite? (HowTos)

Kubuntu Linux Returns to Glory with 11.04view story

http://www.jlacroix.me – Since I have been testing Kubuntu for around a month now, I figured it would only be fitting that I follow up with a full review. The verdict? This is the best Kubuntu release in over three years. Read on to find out why. (Distributions)

Chakra GNU/Linux 2011.04 (Aida) Releasedview story

http://chakra-project.org – The Chakra Development Team is proud to announce the release of Chakra 2011.04 codenamed Aida. Two month passed since Chakra 2011.02. Now it is time for Aida to impress. We added kernel and lots of package updates. KDE got updated to 4.6.2 with our chakra-patches added, such as our hardware detection including the latest drivers. (Distributions)

5 More Intriguing KDE Appsview story

http://maketecheasier.com – Ever so often, I take a stroll over to KDE-Apps.org and look at some of the fantastic creations people from the KDE community develop. There are a wide range of apps in nearly every category, but I have selected 5 that stand out and would be very useful additions to my desktop and hopefully yours too. All of these apps are either new or have been recently updated within the past few months. (Software)

Easy Desktop Organization with KDE’s Plasma Shelf Widgetview story

http://www.lamptag.com – The KDE Plasma Shelf widget is a versatile tool that will hopefully bring some order to your chaotic life. At the very least, it will give your Linux desktop the appearance of organization, and that will put you step ahead of most others. (HowTos)

Sprinkle Some Eye Candy on your KDE Desktopview story

http://maketecheasier.com – KDE is beautiful, even if you never change a thing on your desktop. What makes it even more appealing is all of the customizable visual features. Three areas you should consider spicing up a little are your KDE style/theme, your Plasma Workspace theme, and your icons. The following are just a few of the most popular in each category on KDE-Look.org. (HowTos)

Mandriva Linux 2011 Beta 1 Releasedview story

http://blog.mandriva.com – Among lots of package updates, it features KDE 4.6.1, visual theme updates, systemd 20, networkmanager, firefox 4.0.0rc1, bash 4.2, chromium browser versions which match google chrome, and TexLive 2011 integrated and used instead of tetex by default. (Distributions)

5 Reasons to Try openSUSE Linux 11.4view story

http://www.pcworld.com – Another very popular distro is openSUSE, which currently holds Distrowatch's No. 5 spot. Version 11.4 of the Novell-backed software was just released last week, and it features a number of compelling additions and updates that could make it the right choice for your business. Here's a small taste of what you can expect. (Distributions)