KDE 5.13

I didn’t know it until I switched from Windows, but operating systems are generally not the same things as the interfaces we use to connect with them.  This is especially noticable under Linux.

Linux has been my operating system of choice for a while and recently I was able to get all of my needed applications working.

One of the neat things about Linux is the underlying technology and the interface can update at different paces.  KDE is a good example of this the way the project functions.  I have a stable Ubuntu 16.04 base and now I have a fresh interface with lots of new features (see video above).

Microsoft has some great features as part of Windows 10, but I’ll stick with what I love.

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