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KDE vs. GNOME: Admin tools

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A comparison of the configuration and administration tools and approaches used by KDE and GNOME...
By contrast, GNOME has favored a System menu of separate items. The exact contents of the System menu depends on the distribution, but usually it is divided into Personal and Administration sub-menus. This division can sometimes cause confusion, especially when similar items are in both menus, or where an item belongs is unclear. For instance, network configuration tools can be found in both sub-menus, while printer configuration could be justified as belonging in either.
 read more | mail this link | score:7841 | -Ray, January 27, 2010
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