Linux Mint KDE is an open source and free distribution of Linux, a special edition of the well known Linux Mint operating system that uses KDE Plasma as its default and only operating system, providing a modern and productive OS.
Linux Mint is funded by its community of users. Individual users and companies using the operating system act as donors, sponsors and partners of the distribution.
The financial support from the community helps to keep Linux Mint free and open source, thereby allowing the project to focus on improving the operating system without engaging in commercial activities.
The KDE edition of Linux Mint is a community project that can be downloaded from Softwsp or the official Linux Mint website as two Live DVD ISO images, one for each of the supported hardware platforms (64-bit and 32-bit).
Please note that you must deploy these ISO images to either DVD discs or USB sticks in order to boot them from the BIOS of a PC.
This distribution is completely free and open source, and is recommended for both personal home users and work or business users.
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Manage graphical display servers for GNOME
Easily turn your PC into a media center
The original browser of the Netscape
Fedora-based, the Linux distribution operation system
The Quantal Quetzal edition of Ubuntu Linux
Linux distribution based on Debian focused on security
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