Standard application launcher since KDE 4.0. Features include search, recently used applications and files and favorites.
Classic application launcher menu, similar to the one in KDE 3. The same dataset is shared with Kickoff.
Lancelot is an application launcher menu designed to provide a place from which all your jobs begin. It provides quick access to applications, places, documents, contacts and system information.
Widget which displays the current moon phase. Access the settings to set it for northern / southern hemisphere.
A simple analog clock.
Displays the current time using binary.
A standard digital clock.
This "fuzzy" clock displays time in an approximate, textual form.
Displays the weather forecast in the area you specify. Data is provided by wetter.com
Watches and displays the content of a file on the desk. In this screenshot, the bash history is being watched.
A trash can applet.
You can play the game fifteen puzzle, including selecting your own custom picture that you are trying to put back together.
This is the Conway's game of life. For more information on the simulation, see the Wikipedia article.
Get the color value of any position on the desktop. You can click on the color to view the RGB code, as well as the history.
Show webcomics on your desktop. This currently supports a wide variety of web comics which can be installed through KNewStuff.
A picture frame. It can show a single picture or a slideshow of pictures. You can drop an image to show an image, or drop a folder to start a slideshow of the images in the folder.
Allows you to look up the definitions of a word.
A basic but functional calculator.
Monitor your downloads. This applet can show a bar chart, a pie chart and a speed graph.
Integrate the tons of existing Karamba Themes as good as possible into the KDE4 plasma desktop.
You can drag and drop one part of Lancelot and the specific part will appear as it's own widget.
Shows news from various sources. The widget reads RSS feeds and displays them.
An applet to follow people's microblogs. Supports a variety of APIs, including Identica and Twitter.
Show the current state of the battery. You can click on the battery to see more information such as the estimated discharge time, or modify the display brightness.
This is a modification of the original battery plasmoid of plasma desktop. It displays the remaining battery time.
This is a modification of the original battery plasmoid of plasma desktop. It allows interpolation between battery states which effectivly provides a continuous bar instead of only 6 fill states.
A hard disk usage monitor. You can observe how much disk IO is being made with the graph.
Show hardware info.
Lock the screen or log the current user out.
kde:kde-workspace/plasma/generic/applets/lock_logout/ (note underscore)
Shows the recently plugged in devices and notifies the user if a new device is plugged in. You can choose to show storage devices too.
System monitor applet. There are multiple tabs which you can enable, including CPU, network IO and disk IO graphs, temperature, hardware info, etc.
A pager applet that shows the virtual desktops. Click to switch.
Displays your system tray.
Shows your open applications. Can be resized to show icons and text, or only icons.
The Window List shows a list of open windows.