The second series of releases, KDE 2, introduced significant technological improvements.[1] These included DCOP (Desktop COmmunication Protocol), KIO, an application I/O library. KParts, a component object model, allowing an application to embed another within itself, and KHTML, a HTML rendering and drawing engine.[1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 KDE 2.0 Release Announcement
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KDE 4.0 branch
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KDE 1.x
KDE 2.x Followed by
KDE 3.x

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