KDE Neon: KDE’s Very Own Linux Distribution Provides the Latest and Greatest of KDE With the Simplicity of Ubuntu

Recently KDE Neons latest version based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS officially released. Visually it will still be the same if you had KDE neon installed but with the latest Ubuntu LTS base.

Even though Im not an experienced KDE user I can tell that KDE Neon offers a lot of things to impress an average user for its initial impressions.

In this article Im going to give my impressions and an overview of KDE Neon in general rebased on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.

KDE Neon is an Ubuntu-based distro that features KDE desktop. Of course youve already figured out that part but how is it different from Ubuntus official KDE flavor Kubuntu.

Interestingly KDE Neon was announced by Jonathan Riddell Founder of Kubuntu after he was forced out of Kubuntu by Canonical.

If you care about having KDE on top of Ubuntu both KDE Neon and Kubuntu should do the job. However KDE Neon comes packed in with the latest and greatest from KDE desktop environment and apps given the fact the official KDE team works on KDE Neon distribution.


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