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Kubuntu Gutsy   
Tuesday, November 06 2007 @ 09:56 PM EST
Contributed by: sde

KDE's intrepid FAQ maintainer, Jes Hall has spent a fortnight with the latest release of Kubuntu and shares her thoughts...

I do enjoy the Kubuntu development cycle. Just as Iím starting to feel that my stable, long-configured system is starting to get a little blase, the new version is just around the corner. I eagerly upgraded to Kubuntu Gutsy when it was released on my faithful Vaio TX. Gutsy has been released for a few weeks now, so consider these not my first impressions but my opinion formed over 2 solid weeks of using Kubuntu as my main operating system at work.

Kubuntu Gutsy is based on KDE 3.5.8, a bugfix release of the stable 3.5 series. It doesnít boast much in the way of improved features from previous versions, focusing on improving performance, stability and resolving issues. Changes include performance improvements to the core libraries, and a wide range of bug and crash fixes. See the KDE 3.5.8 changelog for details.

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