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KDE 4.3 Release Candidate 3 Is Out

KDE 4.3 will be released in a week or two, but as a last minute testing version, a third release candidate has made its way out of the K-camp. KDE 4.3 RC3 contains bug fixes, including a notable one that should improve the performance of Plasma. In general, KDE 4.3 integrates several new technologies (i.e. PolicyKit and Geolocation services), new KWin window animation effects, various bug fixes, and many changes to improve the KDE Linux desktop.
22 July 2009 - KDE 4.3 Soon To Be Out - 4 Comments

KDE 4.3.0 RC2 Brings Fewer Changes

Just a week after the release of the KDE 4.3 release candidate, a second release candidate has emerged from the Gran Canaria Desktop Summit. KDE 4.3 Release Candidate 2 incorporates fewer changes than earlier development releases, as development winds down for the final release of KDE 4.3.0 later this month.
9 July 2009 - Nearing Final - 14 Comments

KDE 4.3.0 Release Candidate Goes Wild

With KDE 4.3 being scheduled for release later this month, Sebastian K├╝gler on the behalf of the KDE developers around the world has announced the KDE 4.3.0 release candidate. KDE 4.3 RC1 further polishes and completes the K Desktop Environment 4 with the integration of many new Linux desktop technologies, new KWin effects, improvements across the board, and many bug fixes in KDE4 packages.
1 July 2009 - KDE 4.3 RC Is Out There - 29 Comments

KDE 4.3 Beta 2 Released, More K Improvements

The KDE crew has shipped the second beta release of the forthcoming KDE 4.3 desktop environment. As described in the release announcement, "KDE 4.3 focuses on polishing and completing the user experience by providing a modern and beautiful Free working environment."
10 June 2009 - New KDE Desktop - 32 Comments

KDE 4.3 Beta 1 Released, Many Improvements

The KDE project has announced the release of KDE 4.3 Beta 1. This first beta in the KDE 4.3 series, which is expected to be officially released by late July, brings numerous enhancements to this popular desktop environment.
13 May 2009 - KDE 4.3 Gets Closer - 27 Comments

KDE 4.2.2 Desktop Released

If you are currently running KDE 4.2, get ready, as KDE 4.2.2 has just been released. KDE 4.2.2 is a point release that incorporates many bug-fixes and in particular it incorporates stability fixes in KRunner, performance enhancements in KMail, and various optimizations to KHTML. The KDE 4.2.2 release announcement can be read at KDE.org.
2 April 2009 - Monthly Point Update - 23 Comments

KDE 4.2.1 Desktop Released

It has been just over a month since the release of KDE 4.2 and now the K Desktop Environment developers have released its first update. KDE 4.2.1 focuses on bug-fixes and other maintenance items. Receiving much attention in this release are enhancements to Okular, Kopete, KMail, and KHTML.
4 March 2009 - New Monthly Update - 13 Comments

KDE 4.2 Answers The Needs Of End-Users

A year after KDE 4.0 was released (with celebrations at the Google Plex) and six months after releasing KDE 4.1, the K Desktop Environment has now reached a new milestone. KDE 4.2 "The Answer" has been released, which the K Desktop Environment community is confident will even be able to satisfy the needs of normal non-technical end-users.
27 January 2009 - KDE 4.2 "The Answer" Released - 26 Comments

KDE 4.2 Release Candidate Now Available

KDE 4.2 will be released later this month as a significant update to the K Desktop Environment, but for some last minute testing a release candidate has been published. This is the only planned release candidate for KDE 4.2 and will be the last update prior to going gold on the 27th of January.
13 January 2009 - KDE 4.2 Is Coming Out Soon - 8 Comments

Amarok 2.0 Media Player Released

Amarok 2.0 wasn't released with KDE 4.0 or KDE 4.1, but it's finally here today. This media player that's very popular with KDE users (and even users of other desktop environments), brings a brand new user-interface, tighter Internet integration, an overhauled scripting API, and migration from the KDE3 to KDE4 framework in this version 2.0 release. The tighter Internet integration yields better support with services like Magnatune, Jamendo, MP3tunes, Last.fm, and Shoutcast.
10 December 2008 - KDE Media Player Gets Updated - 3 Comments

KDE 4.1.3 Desktop Released

As the third bug-fix release for KDE 4.1, KDE 4.1.3 (codenamed "Change") has been released this afternoon. The major change with KDE 4.1.2 was that it deleted files faster and with KDE 4.1.3 the key fixes are addressing two crashes with the Dolphin file-manager, KHTML improvements, and several issues have been resolved with the Kopete instant messaging client.
5 November 2008 - KDE 4.1.3 Comes WIth Changes

KDE 4.1.2 Released, Deletes Files Faster

KDE 4.1.2 is now available as another monthly point update for the KDE 4.1 code-base. This release contains several enhancements to this desktop environment, among which is the new JavaScript bytecode interpreter "Frostbyte" for KHTML, Kopete fixes, KGpg fixes, and the delete file operation has been sped up by approximately 32 times. The press release for KDE 4.1.2 can be found at KDE.org.
3 October 2008 - KDE 4.1.2 Is Out With Fixes - 18 Comments

KDE 4.1.1 (Minor Update) Released

KDE 4.1.0 was released at the end of last month, but in their monthly release fashion, KDE 4.1.1 has been released this morning. This minor update brings significant improvements for Konqueror and the KHTML rendering engine, end-user fixes for Plasma, PDF fixes for Okular, Gwenview fixes, and KMail improvements. The KDE 4.1.1 press release can be read at KDE.org.
3 September 2008 - New KDE Improvements For KDE 4 - 1 Comment

KDE 4.1 Released, KDE 4.2 In January

The KDE community has today announced the release of KDE 4.1, which comes as the first major update to the KDE 4 code-base. KDE 4.0 was introduced earlier this year at a Google-hosted KDE release event. KDE 4.1 offers a number of improvements to Plasma, brings the KDE PIM (Personal Information Management) to the version 4 code-base, and many other new features and improved applications. The KDE 4.1 release announcement can be read at KDE.org.
29 July 2008 - Plasma, KDE-PIM, And Other Fun - 41 Comments

KDE 4.1 Release Candidate 1 Is Out

As the first major update to the KDE 4.0 code-base, KDE 4.1 is scheduled to be released later this month. The most recent development release was KDE 4.1 Beta 2, but arriving this afternoon is KDE 4.1 Release Candidate 1. The final release is planned for July 29 with this being the latest test release before then to work out any last minute problems. The KDE 4.1 RC1 press release comes with a warning for those using NVIDIA's binary driver that there are currently some known performance problems.
15 July 2008 - Two Weeks Before KDE 4.1 Is Released...

KDE 4.1 Beta 2 Released

KDE 4.1.0 is due for release in July and in preparation of this first major update on the KDE4 code-base there was the release of KDE 4.1 Beta 1 last month. With about a month before the final release, the KDE community has today come together and released KDE 4.1 Beta 2. This testing release incorporates new language bindings, usability improvements with the Dolphin file manager, and improvements with Gwenview (the KDE4 image viewer). The KDE 4.1.0 final release is scheduled for July 29, 2008. The full press release can be read at KDE.org.
24 June 2008 - Another Beta Release For KDE - 39 Comments

KDE 4.0.5 Desktop Released

KDE 4.1 is on track (KDE 4.1 Beta 1 was released just a few days ago) for being released in July, but until then the KDE development community is pushing out KDE 4.0.x bug-fix releases on a monthly basis. KDE 4.0.5 has been released this morning and it delivers bug fixes and additional performance improvements. The press release for KDE 4.0.5 can be read at KDE.org.
4 June 2008 - Another Point Release Before KDE 4.1

KDE 4.1 Beta 1 Released To Public

Wow, what an exciting day its been... On top of the release of the Linux 2.6.26-rc4 kernel, MPX being merged, VIA announcing the OpenBook, and the major open-source R500 developments, KDE 4.1 Beta 1 has this morning been released to the public.
27 May 2008 - What An Exciting Day... - 2 Comments

KDE 4.1 Alpha 1 Released

KDE 4.1 is the first release on the KDE 4.0 code-base that many feel will be ready for general adoption by desktop users, which is currently slated for release in July. Shipping this afternoon, however, is the first alpha release of KDE 4.1. KDE 4.1 is based upon Trolltech's Qt 4.4 technology, will ship with the Akonadi PIM engine, and many bug fixes since the original KDE 4.0 release. KDE 4.1 will be available for not only Linux, but also Windows, Mac OS X, and OpenSolaris. The press release for KDE 4.1 Alpha 1 can be read at KDE.org.
29 April 2008 - KDE 4.1 Takes Flight - 2 Comments

KDE 4.0.3 Released With Polishing

With it being a new month, it's time for a new KDE 4.0.x build (KDE release schedule). The KDE community is today proud to show off KDE 4.0.3 with a great quantity of bug-fixes. Among the noteworthy changes in KDE 4.0.3 include scrolling optimizations for KDE's web-rendering engine (KHTML), improved handling of dialog windows with KWin, and Okular rendering improvements. The press release for this new KDE 4 release can be read here as well as the change-log.
2 April 2008 - KDE 4.0.3 Brings Bug Fixes - 2 Comments

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