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The KDE project began back in [...] with the goal of creating a quality desktop environ- ment for the Linux desktop that was free, worked well, and which was well integrated, meaning that programs and interfaces would have a consistent look and feel where all the parts fit together seamlessly, rather than looking like a jumbled compilation of a bunch of assorted bits.
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The KDE project began back in [...] with the goal of creating a quality desktop environ- ment for the Linux desktop that was free, worked well, and which was well integrated, meaning that programs and interfaces would have a consistent look and feel where all the parts fit together seamlessly, rather than looking like a jumbled compilation of a bunch of assorted bits.
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1996

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The KDE project began back in [...] with the goal of creating a quality desktop environ- ment for the Linux desktop that was free, worked well, and which was well integrated, meaning that programs and interfaces would have a consistent look and feel where all the parts fit together seamlessly, rather than looking like a jumbled compilation of a bunch of assorted bits.
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1996
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The KDE project began back in 1996 with the goal of creating a quality desktop environ- ment for the Linux desktop that was free, worked well, and which was well integrated, meaning that programs and interfaces would hav

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