although, from what I remember of running Kubuntu a few years ago, KDE doesn't always do things in what would seem to be the logical way to do 'em!
Just a thought, that's all.
No they don't LOL, no logic here LOL, they do things KDE way and that's it. It's like a Cult LOL. And honestly don't have much use for Linux lately. I do use it though, at least once a week I Sync some of my Personal and Work files across Three USB's, yes USB's lol. I'm still stuck on USB's. This way if I need my stuff and one dies, don't have to get it off an actual drive and on to another usb to go, just grab another USB that is all backed up already. I enjoy using Linux, and playing around with it, but due to my poor health I cannot do things like you and the other more knowledgeable folks here. I would love to setup a new machine and configure Conky etc. but it all becomes to hard for me to do alone.
The only problem is when I make a mistake like I did here, and it's been so long since I've made said mistakes, can't remember how to fix them. Luckily the bro's here got me fixed up quickly. I'll admit, KDE does things Different, that's for sure, but it is so good! You either love it or leave it I guess. The crazy thing is, I liked it so much, put it on my old XP Machine that really runs it a bit slow, but never hiccups a bit T5500 with only 4GB of Crucial RAM.
If I had more space would get setup on another more powerful pc, and thinking about dual booting with my main pc, but that one houses all my work stuff also, so need to be careful with that one. It don't house more than one drive either, so can't boot off another drive, which is what I want to do, not interested in External Booting either. In time I think I'll get another computer that houses at least Two Drive bays, three if possible. W7, W10 and KDE of some kind. Probably just Windows 7 and KDE, that would be enough for one pc, as I have laptops laying around for bashing around with W10.