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Internet, Networking, & Communication

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KDE makes the exchange of information between computers easy by providing a wide variety of applications for the Internet, networking, and communication. Browse web sites, communicate with others, control another computer, access remote files as if they were in your own hard drive, and more! KDE software connects you to the world.

Browsing

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Konqueror
A file manager, web browser, universal file viewer, and more!
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rekonq
A lightweight Web Browser from KDE based on WebKit.

Communication

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ChoqoK
ChoqoK is a microblogging client for the social networking sites like Twitter and Identica.
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KMess
KMess is an alternative Live/MSN Messenger chat client for Linux.

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Kopete
An Instant Messaging client that supports Jabber, Yahoo, MSN, AIM, and other protocols.
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Konversation
A no-nonsense, dedicated IRC client.
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Quassel
A modern, cross-platform, distributed IRC client.

File Transfer

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KGet
A download manager and simple bittorrent client.
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KTorrent
A specialized bittorrent client with a lot of features and plugin extensions.
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KFTPgrabber
A graphical FTP client from KDE, supporting SSL encryption and multiple FTP sessions.
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KMLDonkey
A Graphical User Interface (GUI) for the MLDonkey P2P file sharing tool.

EMail & News

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KMail
A POP3 and IMAP mail client, capable of GpG signing and encryption.
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Akregator
A feed reader, supporting RSS and Atom.
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KNode
An integrated news-reader, allowing signing of messages.
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KNewsTicker
A plasmoid that can scroll news feeds on your desktop.
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Blogilo
Blogilo is a blogging client, focused on simplicity and usability.

Networking

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Krdc
The Remote Desktop Connection client, allowing you to view and even control another machine running a compatible server, such as Krfb.
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Krfb
The Desktop Sharing server from KDE, allowing you to share your session with others who can connect using a VNC client like Krdc.
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KVpnc
A GUI for various Virtual Private Network (VPN) clients.

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Connection Managers

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Kwlan
A manager for wireless networks.
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KPPP
A dialer for PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol).
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KNemo
The KDE Network Monitor.
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KNetworkManager
A GUI for NetworkManager and supports both wired and wireless devices.
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Kbluetooth
The Bluetooth framework for KDE SC 4.

Related Applications

There are other network-related programs that work under the hood to give you a seamless networking experience

  • KIO lets you to access any file as though it were on your own computer



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