Mar 9, 2010

Open-PC will use KDE

The first Open-PC survey is now finished. Over 12,000 people participated in our survey with interesting results: 48% choose KDE as the Desktop. 42% choose GNOME and 9% choose Xfce. 52% chose Amarok as mediaplayer and 88% choose Firefox as default Browser.

You can find the complete survey results here:

The second survey started today. Please give us your feedback:

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  1. well, since they won't allow anonymous comments, and you will, let me say one thing. The choice of KDE ruins this. It's no longer something I would recommend to newer computers users, who, I imagine, are their primary target.

  2. The choice of KDE is a smart move; it shows that defaults are great settings, but that applications with the ability to change defaults and give options to the user makes for a better computing experience.

  3. I believe KDE is the better choice. IMHO, Gnome is too rigid. A lot has been done to allow customization, but it still lags behind KDE from my experience. I don't want to discount the usability of Gnome. Of course I've also am a creature of habbit and have been using KDE since 2.1.1.

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