Re: most useful DE for education and science work
My own small example is that I finished off a Bachelor of Arts degree using Fluxbox which was actually a small mistake as the less fully featured desktops (and of course Fluxbox is really only a window manager) encourage too much snooping around in config files which takes up research and essay writing time. My current studies are being undertaken on a full installation of KDE and although I feel a little flooded with all that is on offer there is not much tweaking needed and I can focus on my studies a little better .
Originally Posted by mdshaver81
Just my 5 cents worth....
You think that's air you're breathing now?