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- May 2006
Although you probably wont want to use Konqueror for web browsing, it is a fairly useful file browser as well, so you might want it for that. Other things that "all of KDE" will probably include are (among others) K3B (perhaps the most used CD/DVD burning app on linux), AmaroK (audio player which I rather like, but I've heard people criticise it for being too bloated or buggy at times), and probably some of the KDE graphics stuff, such as Kpaint (basically equivalent to the paint program that you'll know from windows), Ksnapshot (print-screen app) and KView (simple image viewer).
Personally I would install it, unless you're pressed for hard drive space, as alot of the stuff from KDE is designed to ease the move from windows, and I'd say that it's quite successful in that.
Giles"Our greatest fear is not that we are powerless. Our greatest fear is Microsoft"
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