USB-Sticks with Kubuntu Linux
The word "Kubuntu" means the same as "Ubuntu", comes from the Bemba language and is spoken "Ku-bun-tu". The "K" also stands for KDE.
The word Ubuntu comes from the languages of Zulu and Xhosa. It stands for "humanity" and "common sense". The only difference to Ubuntu is that Kubuntu uses KDE instead of GNOME as the default desktop environment. Due to its relatively easy handling and configuration, the support of developers and community as well as its design, it has developed into a popular and well-known Linux distribution within a short period of time and is gladly recommended for "Linux beginners".
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