Playing with FreeBSD and KDE
I've been playing around with PC-BSD, which is a more-gui friendly version of FreeBSD. I know Linux already so it didn't take much to learn. I'm starting to like it - and KDE is a sweet desktop. The picture to the left is KMail, KDE's mail application. What I like about BSD is the 'ports'. I can install Firefox simply by typing "add_pkg -r firefox" - it goes off and downloads the dependencies and executables and installs it. Too easy. I may switch over some day from Windows, the only thing stopping me is apps I need such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver. OpenOffice suffices for what I do with MS Office.