Originally Posted by MoodyBlues
To have the features of KDE, you're going to have to run KDE. No problem, though, because GNOME apps work perfectly fine on KDE. So you can have the beautiful features KDE provides but continue using apps you like and are comfortable with.
Hrm... If I try Plasma alone and discover that I need more, then I should be able to install KDE full over it, right?
Just don't want to incur a bunch of overhead; you know, a bunch of stuff occupying my hard drive that I won't use.
Does Plasma work with touchscreens?