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Old 12-21-2009, 03:38 AM   #1
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Default Ubuntu 10.04 to Integrate Social Networking into System Panel

A couple of weeks ago, I reported on an upcoming feature in KDE 4, the popular Linux desktop environment. It's called "Tabbed Applications", and acts just as it sounds. A simple description would be the "combining of multiple applications to a single window". Today, I'm still unsure if I'd personally ever take advantage of such a feature, but it seems likely that it's one that would eventually brand out into other OSes, because it could have use for many people.

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