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==User Installation==
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*[[/Installation|Install KDE 4 on Windows]] using the KDE Installer for Windows
*[[/Installation|Install KDE 4 on Windows]] using the KDE Installer for Windows
*[[/additional_software_needed|Additional Software]] that is needed for some programs to work properly

Revision as of 22:58, 4 June 2013

"KDE 4 libraries and applications are available to you, no matter if you are a commercial developer, manager or free software hacker. You are invited to not only just use the toolkit - you can contribute your own solutions and improvements to the KDE community."

Konqi, the KDE mascot now also supporting MS Windows

The KDE on Windows Initiative is an ongoing project to port the KDE applications to MS Windows. Currently supported versions of Windows are XP, Vista and 7.


User Installation


Information for application developers

(Release) status info

  • Current release target is KDE 4.9 ([1]). Recently it has been suggested to skip to 4.10, however ([2])
  • Nightly builds (logs):

Qt5/KDE5 status

  • update dbus to nightly branch
  • get kdelibs building - what about split packages?
  • use updated mingw
  • disable dbusmenu-qt on Windows by default
  • fix Qt5 dependencies on all packages

Further reading, and support ressources

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