Kubuntu vs. Ubuntu

Asad Manzoor k.a.manzoor at gmail.com
Tue Sep 18 09:56:28 UTC 2007

Well Kubuntu uses KDE enviroment and Ubuntu uses Gnome. Both are good it
depend son what flavour you prefer. KDE contains lots of apps and hence
takes a bit longer to load than ubuntu. I used to used KDE and then I
decided to use Gnome so inistalled Ubuntu.

its not hard to mount ntfs drives, I had to do it in manually in unbuntu.

I dont know what verison of ubuntu your are using, but go here.




On 15/09/2007, msmarti58 <msmarti_a58 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>  I am completely new to Linux, and following PC Magazine's tips, installed
> Ubuntu with no problems. However, I was curious about Kubuntu, so I deleted
> Ubuntu and installed Kubuntu. Well once I did that I could not mount my
> other ntfs drives. With Ubuntu, they showed up automatically on my desktop.
> I just wondered what the difference is. I won't be using Kubuntu, it's too
> complicated for me. I am strictly a Windows user, for the most part. I don't
> know how to do things in the command window or any of that.
> Thanks!
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