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Open-PC will use KDE

Open-PC will use KDE

By Frank
Published: Sep 14 2009

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: http://open-pc.com/static/open-pc/open-pc-survey1.php

The second survey started today. Please give us your feedback: http://open-pc.com/survey/

The new Open-PC.com website is now online and replaces the old static dummy site. It is more interactive and provides more possibilities for users and developers to discuss and participate.
I try to make it even more open and community centric in the future because the Open-PC should be a real community project driven project.
Thank you to Nuno for the great logo and the graphics by the way.

The Open-PC projects is getting more and more interesting and popular. I´m really looking forward to november when we plan to ship the first version of the Open-PC

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 by johnh3 on: Jan 22 2010
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Since Open PC will use the KDE desk so why not try it with Pardus 2009.1 International(11 languages)?
Not so known yet as Mandriva or OpenSuse.
But I am sure it will be one of the big Linux shortly. Works "out of the box" with DVD movies, Mp3 etc..



Would be a interesting choice.

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 German language

 by johnh3 on: Jan 22 2010
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I will add to my previous comment that Pardus have a solid German community to:



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 KDE as default...

 by RaiCoss on: Feb 5 2010
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Bad idea.

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 by tw1ggz on: Apr 18 2010
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terrible idea

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It damn sure doesn't run on ubuntu!

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 What happened

 by Pookito on: Jun 6 2010
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how is the state of open pc now. I went to the website but I did not find any information about the current state.

Why shouldn't open-pc use other processors beside the atom? it would give a choice to the users.

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 KDE is an only option

 by Pawlerson on: Sep 9 2010
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Great news! It's an only option to compete with Windows and OS X. While many people complain about missing features in Gnome at Ubuntu forums and blueprints KDE already has features they want. It's a really good choice.

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