[CentOS] Intel Graphics support in future releases

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Mon Jun 8 19:40:31 UTC 2009

on 6-6-2009 5:04 PM Ron Blizzard spake the following:
> On Sat, Jun 6, 2009 at 2:06 PM, RedShift<redshift-LPO8gxj9N8aZIoH1IeqzKA at public.gmane.org> wrote:
>>> I had the same question in the back of my mind. There are some great evolutions going on right now, but they take a lot of time to mature. I've also been wondering about desktop environments, since fedora 10/11 use KDE 4, which, even 4.2, I find very low in quality compared to 3.5, how will Red Hat provide a decent desktop? (Don't remind me of Gnome, I've used it for years and I still don't like it).<<
> I've made my peace with Gnome, but I modify it to make a bit more
> KDE-like. One panel on the bottom, single click on icons, always open
> with a browser window and modify that window to get rid of the main
> and side menus, etc. I started with KDE but like Gnome now because it
> seems lighter and bit more responsive on my computers.
> I still have openSUSE 11 on (what is now) the backup computer. The
> default was KDE 4, but I reinstalled with KDE 3.5. KDE 4 was just too
> slow. But that was the first release and I think it's getting better
> now.
You could always try XFCE. It seems much lighter than both of them.

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