raywood at magma.ca
Wed Oct 30 22:41:00 EST 2002
On Wed, Oct 30, 2002 at 10:35:11PM -0500, GR Gaudreau imagined:
> On Wed, 2002-10-30 at 22:19, Rod Giffin wrote:
> > Konqueror from KDE used as a file manager even has some features that MS
> > Exp. doesn't have. I use the web and services tools quite a lot. Drag
> > 'n drop enabled to boot. It supports drag'n drop print & e-mail, lan
> > browsing, audio cd browsing, multiple views, and web folders. It
> > supports other things too, these are the tools I use most.
> [gr] Haven't got KDE installed. I usually use XFce or IceWM.
Bear in mind that one doesn't have to use the KDE desktop to
take advantage of a specific KDE app like Konqueror. You'll
need some libraries from KDE, and then you can download and
install the app within the framework of your existing window
manager. The same thing goes for GNOME apps.
"You deserve to be able to cooperate openly and freely with other
people who use software. You deserve free software."
-Richard M. Stallman, Free Software Foundation, http://www.fsf.org
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