- Network Transparency with KIO
- They can be accessed through the Konqueror file manager and any standard file dialog in most KDE applications. The applications using Kio don't need to be aware of how to access the remote host or device—the ioslave handles it all.
- How to Transfer Files from Arch Linux to Android
- The following tutorial will teach Arch Linux users how to transfer files from their operating system to an Android powered device (phone or tablet) or vice versa, using a graphical application called gMTP.
- Can Konqueror Compete? A Look at KDE's Browser
- With Firefox marketshare now above 20% and rising fast, can the KDE Project's browser, Konqueror, compete? Recently I started running KDE 4.2.
- 19 things we'd change about KDE
- In the KDE3 era, we used Konqueror all the time as a web browser, file manager and even for remote filesystem access. The KIO-slaves that make this possible are as good as ever, but Konqueror as a web browser is too slow when compared with the likes of ...
- Krusader: one file manager to rule them all
- Krusader's power and transparency rely on and exploit those features of KDE familiar to anyone who uses Konqueror: KPart KIO and DCOP (superseded by D-Bus in KDE4).
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