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  • KDE neon 5.11 is Out

    Plasma 5.11 was out this morning with many bugfixes, Plasma Vaults to keep your private files secure, System Settings redesign, a new wallpaper of course and many other nice features. The KDE neon scalable cloud devops build farm has been working hard to compile it and the packages were available for KDE neon User Edition […]

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  • Qt 5.10 Alpha in testing for KDE neon

    Qt 5.10 got an alpha release last week and rumours are there’s lots of interesting new stuff for Plasma developers and other parts of KDE. Packages are available in KDE neon but hidden away in the testing repository because there is inevitably some breakage. Random bits of QML such as the clock above and Kirigami […]

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  • Great Web Browsing Coming Back to KDE with Falkon, New Packaging Formats Coming to KDE with Snap

    Today is a good day filled with possibility and potential.  The browser formerly known as QupZilla has gained a better name Falkon and a better home, KDE.  This bring quality web browsing back to native KDE software for the first time in some years.  It’s a pleasingly slick experience using QtWebEngine and integrating with all […]

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  • KDE neon User Edition 5.10

    Plasma 5.10 is just out with many spangly new features to make your desktop run smoother. Being able to group and ungroup windows in the task bar is a small but handy feature when you turn it on. Having icons back on the desktop is on by default incase you want to mess up your […]