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Exploring the KDE Plasma Netbook interface

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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.

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Page one of Plasma Netbook interface

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

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Applications under the System category

Here are all installed applications under Utilities.

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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.

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Kvkbd, the virtual keyboard

Kvkbd with the numeric keypad visible.

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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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Abe
Abe
11 years ago

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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