What's in KDE?

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http://crunchbanglinux.org – Part of the reason that I like minimal distributions like #!, is that I know, more or less, what is installed. I strip out some stuff I don't need and add stuff that I do need, so that I'm running, hopefully, a somewhat lean installation.After posting recently on corenominal's blog about GNOME 3, I mentioned Unity and KDE 4. Every few weeks/months I test one of these again then I feel really impressed by them and feel that I'm missing out on all sorts of cool stuff, so I want to install one, but I never actually do.LXF 163 has a glowing review of KDE 4.9, saying it is the & (HowTos)