KDE Plasma 5.2 Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in KDE on 27 January 2015 at 08:08 AM EST. 16 Comments
KDE --
The KDE community officially released Plasma 5.2 this morning as the quarterly update to KDE's desktop shell powered by Qt5 and KDE Frameworks 5.

New components to Plasma 5 with the 5.2 release is BlueDevil for Bluetooth device management, KSSHAskPass, Muon for installing add-ons, SDDM is the log-in manager of choice now for Plasma, KScreen has seen its first Plasma 5 release, GTK Application Style allows for altering the themes of GNOME applications, and KDecoration makes it easier for coming up with KDE themes for KWin.

KDE Plasma 5.2 also adds undo support to the Plasma desktop layout, smarter sorting of search results in KRunner, the new Breeze window decorations and icons by default, new Plasma widgets, and many other changes.

To learn more about KDE Plasma 5.2.0, see the release announcement at KDE.org.
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