Linux Mint KDE is just one of several flavours of Linux Mint, and obviously not the flagship of this distribution.
However, I liked that distribution in my test of the Live version of Linux Mint KDE 18.2. I liked it so much that I decided to give it a go in installed mode.
How was that? Let’s check.
To start with, I need to tell you that my current laptop Dell Inspirion 17 currently runs two operating systems: Kubuntu 16.04.3 and Windows 7. The HDD has 3 partitions, not counting some technical for Windows restore and Linux swap. There are home partitions for each operating system plus one large partition for shared data. The data partition is large enough, so I decided to create a new partition specifically for Linux Mint by chipping a part out of it. That was an easy task. I used Windows partitioning tool just to avoid loss of any data on this NTFS-formatted partition.
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