Sure, it might not have the marketing flair, nor mindshare of another Linux-based project we know, but that doesn’t mean the folks behind KDE haven’t been feverishly polishing their take on the perfect desktop environment. That dedication has resulted in version 4.8, which brings forth a bevy of tweaks big and small. Those upgrading will be treated to more layouts in Plasma Workspaces, a new display engine and file-manager, as well as redesigned power management settings. Also on the docket are refinements that improve stability and performance, including groundwork to enable more touch-friendly UIs in the future. Sounds like a win-win to us, so why are you still reading? More info awaits at the source.
KDE 4.8 released, wants to sashay its way into your computer