Trinty Desktop Environment, Should You Use It
I have covered the Lumina desktop environment, so it is only fair that I cover Trinity. Trinity is a desktop environment that was based off of KDE3. Think of it like Mate and Gnome2. Trinity is meant to be a continuation of the K desktop environment version 3. After using it in a VM, I am going to try to explain the positives of this desktop, and discuss if you should use it or not.

Wow, I didn’t knew that there were other users which also felt comfy with Lumina and Trinity.


I’ve tried Lumina recently on NixOS and it looks neat and light weight! Trinity could be a nice retro desktop for the early KDE users (I remember when KDE started with Gnome DE following as a reaction).


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