Linux Garage: KDE Utilities
export the database as a HTML table. You can start KMail directly from
within the program to mail to any address.
KLyX Editor: This is a word processor for the power user/geek. Along with
the standard features you would expect in any WP, it has some unique ones
like cross referencing, infinite undo, The help manual calls others WP's
as 'simply glorified typewriters' Whereas others are based on WYSIWYG
principle, LyX is based on What you see is what you mean. LyX allows the
writer to concentrate on the content and not how the document looks like.
KOrganiser: A standard PIM with a calendar, appointments & todo lists. Its
unique feature is that it uses the vCalendar protocol for data interchange
with different programs, devices. Data is stored in ASCII format and human
Karm Personal Time Tracker: I kept a track of how much time I was spending
on writing this article using Karm. If anybody can think of anything
else, please let me know.
X Edit: A very basic editor with search & replace facility.
XEmacs: A very powerful and extensible text editor with GUI support. It
has its own inbuilt browser. Strictly for the advanced Linux user.
KWrite: An advanced text editor for use of programmer's who find XEmac
hard to digest. It is used in conjunction with KFM, the default file
browser of KDE.
Netscape composer: Standard Netscape fare-- does anyone really use this
GVim: Another text editor for programers and the like. Can convert files
KEdit: This is the default text editor for KDE. It is used along with KFM.
Useful for writing/editing small text files.
GIMP: The Photo Shop of Linux. Has most of the familiar Photo Shop
features and more. Watch for a more detailed review.
KIconeditor: This is a program to help you create icons for KDE. Easy to
use with lots of useful features.
KFax fax viewer: This is a fax file viewer that can display and print most
common fax formats. As yet cannot send/receive faxes.
Kview: Remember a program called Irfan Viewer in Windows. Well, this is
the Linux equivalent. Opens fast, has a slideshow feature.
KPaint: This is a simple bitmap paint program.
PS Viewer: This is the default Postscript viewer for KDE. Can view Adobe's
pdf files also.