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KDE 4.10 Officially Released With Many Changes

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Published on 05 February 2013 11:26 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE
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KDE 4.10 was officially released today as the latest bi-annual update to this popular open-source project with the Plasma desktop shell at its core.

Key features to KDE Software Compilation 4.10 include improved mobile device support, visual refinements with more of Plasma Workspaces being ported to Qt Quick / QML, improved usability / performance to many KDE Applications, and KDE Platform 4.10 opens up more APIs to Qt Quick.

Some other items worthy of shout-out about KDE 4.10 include Nepomuk improvements, support for menu buttons in the title bar, performance enhancements, and many other features that were brewed.

More details on the many changes to the KDE 4.10 desktop can be found over at KDE.org.

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