|Jan26-10, 01:31 PM||#1|
How do I install KDE when I'm running Windows XP???
I am currently running Windows XP on my pc at home. In uni however, I use KDE. I would like to be able to use the same OS when at home too but still want to be able to use Windows when I want.
Is KDE a separate version of Linux or do I need to install Linux then add KDE as a GUI? I'm a little confused. Also do I need to partition my hard-drive and will this mean uninstalling Windows as I no longer have the disc.
I bought a new external hard-drive especially for this, could I just load Linux/KDE onto that so I boots whenever it is plugged in.
Anyway, as you can see I am in a mix of a muddle over all this. Surely it cant be that difficult. Any help most appreciated.
|Jan26-10, 01:51 PM||#2|
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