Exploring the KDE Plasma Netbook interface

Out of the box, the Netbook interface has one page (Page one). A page serves the same function as a tab of Linpus Lite’s Simple Mode interface. It allows you to customize your workspace.

Page one of Plasma Netbook interface

This is a view of all applications in the System category.

Applications under the System category

Here are all installed applications under Utilities.

applications under the utilities category

Here is one cool applications (kvkbd). Will come in handy if you are running KDE on a tablet or netbook computer.

Kvkbd, the virtual keyboard

Kvkbd with the numeric keypad visible.

Kvkbd with numeric keypad

That is the end of my tour of the KDE Plasma Netbook interface. In the coming weeks, I will be looking at other desktop interfaces designed for small-screen computing devices. Subscribe to this website via RSS or email to be notified when those articles are published.

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  2. Very nice informative review of a cool netbook interface. I don’t have a netbook myself but I tried on my laptop and desktop. I think KDE really Rocks.

    I tried it from USB on my wife’s netbook, Unfortunately, she can’t install it because it is her work netbook.

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