Razor-qt and KDE may both be based on Qt, but one big difference that sets Razor-qt apart is that it is so lightweight, and can work well with lower-powered machines. Included in the software are a desktop and panel, an application launcher, a settings center, and session components, but it's up to the user to decide which of those they want to use.
3. A raft of new plug-ins
4. New tools
A new appearance GUI for configuring themes, meanwhile, implements a new way of handling sizes and layouts, for example, and refreshing themes. Then, too, there's a new notifications daemon and a notepad widget now available on the desktop.
5. New bug fixes and translations
Last but not least, numerous bugs have been fixed and translations added in this new release, delivering new stability and accessibility to users around the globe.
If you're tired of the dominant desktop choices out there--and particularly if you have older hardware--Razor-qt could be a nice option to test out.