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Use KDE's desktop in Ubuntu


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GNU/Linux Ubuntu operating systems use the Gnome desktop by default. If you want to use a different desktop environment, you would need to install it from its repositories.

If you like KDE's desktop environment, you'll be happy to know that Canonical is also offering another option, similar to Ubuntu, but adapted to the KDE desktop.

Just like Ubuntu, Kubuntu is based in Debian, with all the same advantages that come along with the system's installation and configuration.

Among the programs included with Kubuntu you'll find the web browser Konqueror, the file explorer Dolphin, the instant messenger client Kopete, the music player Amarok, the document viewer Okular, the productivity suite Korganizer, and the office suite OpenOffice.org.
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