As you see in the screenshot, KDE 4.0 seems to be an impressive desktop manager. It’s still beta but it could give us a preview about KDE 4.0 and we can give it a try before officially launched. You can try out applications such as: Dolphin, the new file manager; get a fresh view of Oxygen, the new style and icon theme; and so much more.
OpenSUSE 10.3 users can used a simplest way to install KDE 4.0 RC1, with one-click-install feature.
Another way to give the KDE 4.0 RC1 a try is by using KDE 4.0 RC1 Live CD. This is a liveCD based on OpenSUSE 10.3. Download the iso-image from http://home.kde.org/~binner/kde-four-live
Another interesting news is about Firefox 3.0 Beta 1. This is a next big release with so many great improvement.
Taken from OpenSUSE News :
Firefox 3 Beta 1 is a developer preview release of Mozillaâ€™s next generation Firefox browser and is being made available for testing purposes only. It includes a range of new, helpful and exciting features such as:
- Firefoxâ€™s HTML engine, Gecko, being pushed to version 1.9, improving performance, stability, and thousands of outstanding issues.
- â€œOne click site info: Click the site favicon in the location bar to see who owns the site. Identity verification is prominently displayed and easier to understand. In later versions, Extended Validation SSL certificate information will be displayed.
- â€Easier password management: an information bar replaces the old password dialog so you can now save passwords after a successful login.
Below is the OpenSUSE 10.3 one-click-install feature for Firefox 3.0 Beta 1.