KDE

KDE

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About KDE

The KDE® Community is a free software community dedicated to creating an
open and user-friendly computing experience, offering an advanced graphical
desktop, a wide variety of applications for communication, work, education and
entertainment and …

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Pros of KDE

Highly customisable
Looks beautiful
Open source
Has a file manager that provides a good balance between power and simplicity
Integrated advanced search
Integrated components
The search with the Windows Key is as awesome
Keyboard friendly
KDE is an evolution on the classic desktop model
Active development
The session manager works perfectly
Bunch of coherent applications
Adheres to standards
Multi-Device "Convergence"

Cons of KDE

Perceived clunkyness and slowness
KDE is awesome but it is overcomplicated for newbies for sure
Stability problems
Interfaces are inconsistent and ugly in 4.x
HiDPI support is spotty
Poorly named app menu with too many apps starting with "K"