Plasma System Monitor is a new system monitoring app in development for the KDE Plasma desktop. See what it looks like and learn how it works.
KDE developers have delivered an ‘absolutely massive’ Plasma 5.20 release. Un this post we take a look what makes this such a major update for KDE fans.
A new default wallpaper has been merged for use in KDE Plasma 5.20 — but fans of the desktop environment should brace themselves for a major tonal shift.
AI powered face recognition is just one of the new features in DigiKam 7.0, the latest version of this open source photo management software.
The all-new third-generation KDE Slimbook is now available to buy from— and on paper it looks a beast. Hiding inside its thin and light magnesium alloy case is a powerful AMD Ryzen 4000 processor, ample […]
With work on KDE Plasma 5.20 is underway, developers plan to introduce a small but significant layout tweak: using an icon-only task bar by default.
KDE Plasma 5.19 features a modest crop of changes, with various visual improvements and usability enhancements designed to make the release more enjoyable.
The new Plasma 5.18 LTS wallpaper has been unveiled. The geometric design, which appears to resemble a beach scene, is available to download in 4K.
KDE developers are keen to 'learn' more about how people use the Plasma desktop, the hardware they run it on, and the features they enable.
KDE Plasma 5.18 LTS is the latest version of this popular Linux desktop environment. We look at the new features and improvements this release offers.
There are lots of exciting plans in store for KDE Plasma this year, including a redesigned default theme and replacement for the beloved 'Kickoff' app launcher!
KDE launch two community competitions, one for video one for a wallpaper, both of which tout devices from Tuxedo Computers and KDE-branded swag as prizes.