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Desktop Linux Poll 2007 closed


By Yaba
Published: Aug 15 2007
Desktop Linux has released the 2007 release of their annual Desktop Linux Market survey.

Please take a few minutes to help them. The survey is closed. The results are:
  • Ubuntu is the most popular distribution.
  • Most participants are favoring Gnome.
  • Mozilla Firefox is the web browser used by most participants.
  • The most popular mail client is Mozilla Thunderbird.
  • To run Microsoft Windows applications most people are using Wine.
More details on the Desktop Linux homepage.


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 KDE

 
 by jonson1 on: Oct 4 2007
 
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I think that when people start using linux these days they try ubuntu. And ubuntu comes with gnome. So first contact makes people using that DE without trying another one.

But very soon after Ubuntu when I tried Kubuntu I liked KDE very much.

In my opinion and my feeling: KDE has more professional look than gnome. I like kontact, konqueror, amarok, kopete, k3b, kaffeine, ktorrent koffice (due to its early stage of development) very much.

I will stick to KDE in the future too.


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 Re: KDE

 
 by himura on: Oct 8 2007
 
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choose the WM is like choosing what you like to eat.
it`s depend on your flavor.
i have used kde and have bored with that.
now i stick to gnome.
until gnome make me bored too...

but it will happen...?


this`s me
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 Testing gnome

 
 by protoman on: Oct 25 2007
 
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Seriously, besides the apps, I haven't see anything in KDE 4.0 the I really liked.
Things like Dolphin even run in 3.5, and most apps are still on early development stage. Plasma? It's not even near being finished (in the sense of getting useable).

So every now and there I look to gnome with less and less dislikening.


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 it's the apps

 
 by fraser on: Nov 5 2007
 
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I was an Opensuse user for a long time. Then one day I realized that all my most-used apps are GTK and thought, why not go with GNOME? Opensuse's GNOME sucks (sloooooow) so I installed Ubuntu and that's where I'll stay until KDE4 shows up on FreeBSD.


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 Gnome or KDE?

 
 by noisemonkey on: Jan 3 2008
 
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I've used different Distros since SuSE 8.2, where KDE really pissed me off, being slow and buggy...
I had no problems so far with Ubuntu 7.10 and GNOME. Nice, fast Interface with Compiz.
Well i'm going to try KDE 4.0, though.


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