On Thursday 22 January 2009 10:18:06 John Shewsbury wrote:
> Hello there,
> I am currently a Windows Vista user but I really want to try (and hopefully
> migrate to) KDE.
> I've been searching around but I failed to get the "iso" file of KDE so
> that I can download them easily and burn it into a cd - thus much easier to
> install.
> Is there any website that you know can provide this "all in one installer"
> - just like what Ubuntu.com offered on their website;
> http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download
> Look forward to your reply.
> Thank you
> John Shewsbury
KDE 4.1 is a desktop environment, not a whole operating system. There are many 
linux distributions with KDE, but few offer KDE 4, most still offer KDE 3. 
Kubuntu, the KDE version of Ubuntu, offers KDE4.1 for Intrepid Ibex, but 
provides a relatively poor implementation. In addition, In a few days, KDE 4.2 
is coming out, and there is a Debian Live cd available with KDE 4.2 available 
here:  Click Here It is a torrent, so you need a BitTorrent client to download 
it. (Don't worry, perfectly legal, since it's not copyright violation, it just 
uses less bandwidth, and therefore is less expensive to distribute this way) 
It'll give an ISO that you can burn onto a CD. (Or maybe a DVD, depending on 
size of image) Then, insert the CD, and reboot to use.

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