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KControl has a modular architecture. The window is split into two parts: the left side displays the list of available modules (also known as applets), and the right side displays the current module. Applications can install their own KControl modules (an example being Konqueror), although most applications prefer to use their own, independent settings managers.
Although KControl is installed by default in Kubuntu, that distribution uses a non-standard version of it by default, redesigned to resemble the Mac OS X system settings manager. The "classic" KControl is also available, however. A ported version of the Kubuntu System Settings application has also replaced KControl in KDE SC 4. Systemsettings has been accepted as "an improved user interface for configuring the desktop and other aspects of the system".
- ^ KDE 4.0 Alpha 2 Announcement http://dot.kde.org/1183569837/
- ^ Debian Package Details for Systemsettings http://packages.debian.org/lenny/kde/systemsettings
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