Kubuntu 10.10 review

Screenshots: Enjoy a few more screenshots of the Kubuntu 10.10 desktop.

Default desktop.

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Default desktop

Default showing the Kickoff menu style.

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The classic KDE menu on Kubuntu

Page One of the netbook workspace.

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Page 1 of netbook workspace

Searching for “music” on the Plasma Netbook workspace calls up all the music-related applications installed.

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Searching on the netbook workspace

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13 Comments

  1. King_Sunny

    Looks great, nice, cute, but still use too much resources and lags at times. Seems bulky.

  2. Kubuntu 10.10 FTW. flawless and I used to hate that distro. it is best distro released today in my book

  3. Seen bashing had to put my 2 cents in. guess these geeks are using old code. Kubuntu IMOP is the top Polished bugless linux operating system in existance. I will be setting up a remote Kubuntu system anyone can log into. It is absolutly flawless. I not sure why 2 posters up top have issues. Maybe there running dells? or Newbie named computers. I prefer the vendors choice built computers. A there alot more cheaper. B they out perform any computer with a name brand on it. and C there not all the marketing and sabotage built into the chips to make the branding rich. Get a clue. If your going to Run linux at its peak…Stay away from anything a non educated corperate giants is going sell, software or hardware for that matter. cause in the end there only understanding is marketing and self.

  4. Kubuntu has a cheesy integration with the KDE desktop. I tried this version again, but, IMHO, is still too bugy for me. Please, if you like KDE, try a serious distro based on KDE, like openSUSE, Mandriva, PclinuxOS,etc…

  5. Kubuntu is most lackluster distro runnig in the wild. Buggy, bloated and unreliable.
    It boggles my mind how developers can drop balls in such spectacular way and get away with it.
    Just check out its rank at Distrowatch and compare it to Lubuntu. You see! K-ubuntu is rubbish.

    • Sorry, spc, but I don’t know what you are talking about. With 10.10 release I tried Kubuntu for the first time (I used Ubuntu ever since I switched to Linux) and I can’t see any problems you are ranting about. In fact I’m starting to love Kubuntu even more than Ubuntu. it just looks a lot nicer, has better applications and I can customize it better. And it also brings a lot more features, especially their desktop. If all goes well for another week or two I will completely switch to Kubuntu.

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  7. Sorry but Ubuntu software center too allows queuing of applications for installation.

  8. thanks for the review. please keep on.

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