Originally Posted by MoodyBlues
If you install Kubuntu, you can also have Ubuntu--with its GNOME or Unity or whatever desktop environments they have now--and switch freely between them. And vice versa. You can install Ubuntu and then add the Kubuntu components, or install Ubuntu and add the KDE components. (This is Linux--so there are always MANY choices and MANY ways of doing things.)
I'm also a big fan of Bodhi Linux
Is it better/easier/more recommended to use Kubuntu, or ubuntu with the kde bits on?
And can I use a USB flash drive rather than a dvd ? (after the next post, I assume if I could, I'd have to make it bootable)