kicq is an ICQ client specifically designed for the KDE desktop. It has a simple, clean interface very similar to the original Windows ICQ client, and includes all of the most commonly used ICQ features such as messaging, real-time chat, and file transfer. It features complete message history, a New ICQ User registration window, multiple ICQ accounts, SOCKS5 proxy inline support, configurable sound events, Cyrillic koi8-r/cp1251 recoding, and support for the ICQ UDP v5 and ICQ TCP v2 protocols.
Kim is an interactive, user friendly process manager for Linux. Features include process list, process tree, select more process, send all existing signals to one process or more processes, reload, process sort, display /proc/#/maps, display 45 information about all process, search in process list, display still actual uptime or system memory, zombie attention, and Kim allows you to save your settings and your profile definition.
kimon is a simple ISDN monitor that attaches itself into the KDE taskbar. It displays the status of all connected ISDN devices that are known to ISDN4Linux. kimon can be configured to open a window with detailed information if a new connection is initiated via the ISDN devices. This program was designed to integrate the features of imon and isdnmon in the K Desktop Environment without using a lot of resources.