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Network

There are several network-related applications in KDE. Below is a description of a few of these.

Kopete

A fully-featured and advanced IM (Instant Messaging) client, which has a number of protocols including MSN�, Yahoo�, and AIM�. Kopete can fetch display pictures, set aliases for particular persons, as well as run multiple IM sessions at any particular time. Kopete is quite extensible, and has a comprehensive plugin system which comes with a searchable History of previous chats, statistics on a user's status, as well as a note system allowing you to create notes for each contact.

KDict

A GUI front-end to the DICT protocol. It enables you to search through dictionary databases for a word or phrase, then displays suitable definitions.

KGet

A manager for your downloads which integrates with Konqueror. KGet allows you to group your downloads, pause and resume them, as well as several other things.

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