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KDE updates Linux desktop

The KDE Project has released version 3.3 of its Linux desktop interface software.

The KDE Project on Thursday released a new version of its namesake software, one of the most popular desktop interfaces for the Linux operating system. KDE 3.3 includes new applications such as a spellchecker dictionary and educational tools, plus myriad enhancements to components such as the Kmail e-mail client and the Kontact address book.

The new version of the free program is available from KDE, now in more than 50 languages.