Ubuntu’s default desktop environment Unity is beautiful and packs quite some feature. But if you ask any experienced Linux user about desktop customization, his answer will be KDE. KDE is boss when it comes to customization and its popularity can be guessed that Ubuntu has an official KDE flavor, known as Kubuntu.
A good thing about Ubuntu (or any other Linux OS for that matter) is that it doesn’t bind you with one particular desktop environment. You can always install additional desktop environments and choose to switch between them while keeping several desktop environments at the same time. Earlier, we have seen the installation of following desktop environments:
- How to install Mate desktop in Ubuntu 14.04
- How to install Cinnamon in Ubuntu 14.04
- How to install Budgie desktop in Ubuntu 14.04
- How to install GNOME Shell in Ubuntu 14.04
And today we shall see how to install KDE Plasma in Ubuntu 14.10. [Continue reading]