The first release candidate of Linux Mint 12 KDE was made available for download yesterday, but do not be surprised if the “stable” version is released next week. While we await that, here are a few screen shots for your viewing pleasure.
This KDE version is powered by KDE 4.7.4, and comes with a comprehensive set of productivity applications installed. Like every Linux Mint edition, however, there are no games installed. You may download a 32-bit installation image from here and a 64-bit one here.
This screen shot of the desktop shows the Kickoff menu, which is the default menu style.
And this is the Lancelot menu, available as a widget.
Another shot showing Lancelot menu’s subcategory opening as a popup.
Dolphin, the file manager.
The update Manager showing some application updates available.
A few of the featured applications in the Software Manager.