Browsing Haitian; Haitian Creole translation

Don't show this notice anymore
Before translating, be sure to go through Ubuntu Translators instructions and Haitian; Haitian Creole guidelines.
6170 of 71 results
KDE for Ubuntu and Gnome Users
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:375(title)
KDE is in many ways similar to GNOME, but there are a few distinct differences which distinguish KDE as a desktop environment. KDE uses C++ at its base, with Qt (the Q-toolkit), whereas GNOME, using GTK, is written in C. KDE is the older and most widely used desktop environment, and is known to stress more the importance of features, and more recently, usability. GNOME more notoriously prides itself on simplicity and ease of use. Popular criticisms of GNOME are that it's lacking in features and applications, while it's often commented that KDE has too many features which may themselves be hard to locate.
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:340(para)
Nevertheless, KDE and GNOME respectively target different audiences, and are fundamentally different in some respects, and the question of which desktop environment is superior is inherently a subjective opinion in many ways. Because of this, to at least make a proper decision about which is more suited to yourself, it is advised that you try them both out. Thus, it is very easy to install GNOME from a Kubuntu setup, and equally easy to install KDE from an Ubuntu setup.
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:351(para)
Switching Desktops
(no translation yet)
Located in about/C/about.xml:184(title)
As an Ubuntu user, you may be concerned that your favorite GNOME applications will not run under Kubuntu. That is not the case. In recent times, much work has been done to increase compatibility between GNOME and KDE. Today, virtually all GNOME applications will run under KDE and vice versa.
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:365(para)
While the KDE desktop is very different from that of GNOME, all your favorite GNOME applications will be integrated with your KDE menu system.
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:409(para)
Another concern for users wanting to try Kubuntu may be that KDE will become their only desktop once it is installed. While we do indeed hope you will make KDE your desktop of choice, this is not the case; both desktop session types can be run after installing Kubuntu. Furthermore, during installation you will be given the choice of using either the GNOME Display Manager (GDM) or the K Display Manager (KDM) as your login manager.
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:414(para)
Either display manager will suffice, and after installation you will be able to run both GNOME and KDE session types. Feel free to try KDM. You can always switch back to GDM later if you like. The only noticeable difference will be the artwork used before you log in.
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:423(para)
To install Kubuntu, you just need to install the <emphasis>kubuntu-desktop</emphasis> package.
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:430(para)
Getting help
(no translation yet)
Located in about-kubuntu/C/about-kubuntu.xml:439(title)
6170 of 71 results

This translation is managed by Haitian Creole (kreyòl Ayisyen), assigned by Ubuntu Translators.

You are not logged in. Please log in to work on translations.

Contributors to this translation: MasterChes.