> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>When you click on File, Print, the window that pops up
>>is coming from the Operating System, not SM or FF.
Bill Davidsen wrote:
>More likely the window manager. Unlike Windows,
>Linux readily allows a choice of WM to suit your preferences.
>Yes, I have heard that someone found a way to use KDE on Windows,
>not clear if it's really just the look and feel and libraries
>or if it really gets the default WM out.
The problem all along has been the dual-licencing of the Qt toolkit.
That now has a more liberal licence WRT closed-source stuff,
and there *is* a Windoze port of KDE.
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