KDE Plasma 5
- last updated: August, 2017
The KDE Plasma 5 iso provides a standard KDE desktop with many popular applications and out-of-the-box driver support for generic desktop computing.
Info: The KDE Desktop: a popular, multi-platform desktop environment for your computer and a great Windows OS replacement. KDE’s focus is ease of use, stability, and first-class internationalization and accessibility support. KDE is Free and Open Source Software and provides all of the common tools computer users expect of a modern computing environment, such as e-mail, web browsing, file management, multimedia, and games.
KDE Plasma 5 features
- kernel 4.11.8
- xorg 1.19.3 KDE Plasma 5 Desktop (5.10.3)
- KDE Frameworks (5.35.0)
- KDE Applications (17.04.2)
- Qt5 (5.9.1)
- basic uefi/gpt installation support
- NvME installation is not yet supported
- systemd free
- grub2 by default (legacy grub also available for non uefi/gpt systems)
- updated administration tools
- mylivecd can now create isos greater then 4 gigs
- La Capitaine is the default icon set
- Event Calendar Clock is the default Calendar/Clock on the panel
- Baloo search is not enabled by default
- kwallet is not enabled by default
- Firefox is the default browser
- Thunderbird is the default email client
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Processor : 64bit Modern Intel or AMD processor.
Memory & storage
RAM : 2 GB, or more (recommended 4 GB+).
Hard disk : 15-20 GB or more recommended if you plan to install additional software from our repository.
Video card : nVidia, ATI HD 4000 or better, Intel
3D desktop support : requires a 3D instructions set compatible card.
Sound card : Any Sound Blaster, AC97 or HDA compatible card.
CD/DVD drive required for burned liveCD/DVD image, or USB flash drive larger than 4 GB for liveUSB image conversion.
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