In this post we'll take a look at some Qt-based text editors. Just like with the file managers I'll split my post in two parts because there's quite a number (I found 15!) of such editors out there. While compiling my list of Qt-based editors, I came across something I hadn't heard of before. A … Continue reading Qt-based applications #3: Text Editors (1/2)
In the last blog entry I tested 8 Qt-based file managers (those which I got to run on Arch Linux). Since that's quite a bit of stuff, I'd like to present a nice table in this post for easier comparison. Overall ranking Here's the table with the overall results. The file managers were compared in … Continue reading Qt-based applications #2: File managers (2/2)
In this post we'll take a look at some Qt-based file managers. Since there's quite a lot of them, let's start right away! All screenshots from this entry on are in 1024x768 resolution. So if you click on any of the pictures you'll get a bigger one where you might actually see something... The candidates … Continue reading Qt-based applications #2: File managers (1/2)
Alright, finally time for a new entry! I got a nice new laptop - my first one that came Linux pre-installed. It's currently running Mint (which is ok, I guess, since my wife uses it, too). I didn't find the time to crawl through all the GB of my old data, so I don't have … Continue reading Qt-based applications #1: Terminal emulators
Our first Linux desktop comparison is over. I took a look at quite some projects during the last weeks. 20 of those (including modes that are behaving differently) proved to be full DEs which should be covered by a broadscale test. Some others, like UDE for example, had to be skipped. While it does have … Continue reading Linux desktop comparison summary – 20 solutions for your desktop!
This is part 3 of our desktop testing series. We'll deal with the 4 Qt-based desktop environments in this entry. These are: KDE Plasma Razor-Qt Unity 2D Trinity DE For test criteria and the basic Arch system, please refer to the first part of this test. KDE Plasma KDE was the first big Linux desktop … Continue reading Linux desktop comparison (pt. 3): Qt-based DEs