KScreen Sees Its First Alpha Release
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 27 January 2013 at 08:50 AM EST. 5 Comments
KScreen, the new way of managing monitors/outputs on Linux when running the KDE Plasma desktop, saw its first alpha release this weekend.

The KScreen 0.1 Alpha is made up of a System Settings module for managing screens and then the KDED module for remembering and storing display configurations.

The first alpha release of KScreen is covered in this developer's blog post. Below are two videos showing off KScreen in action.

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