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I was just wondering why the word "dedicated" is used. And somehow I don't think that it makes much sense. It's just like saying Rekonq is a dedicated web browser...
Historical. At the point that that was written most people were still migrating to KDE4, and were used to Konqueror being part file-manager and part web-browser. I'd be inclined to leave it, as there are still people in this position, and at some point the Enterprise distros will presumably change to KDE4 so bringing a new generation of people used to a hybrid.