Ars Technica bestaat de laatste tijd regelmatig aandacht aan Linux. Nu hebben ze ons verblijd met een review van KDE (X window manager) gepost:
Personally, I believe that KDE 1.1 is a modestly extensible, quick, and stable environment, and I think you'll see from this review that KDE is putting a face on Linux that's bridging the gap between so-called established, "easy to use" OSes--like Windows and the MacOS--and Linux, the mythically evil, CLI-based realm of pain and suffering. If you're new to Linux, perhaps you could look forward to the day when KDE holds you back. If you're comfortable with Windows' GUI, KDE is certainly not going to make you claustrophobic.