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How to install KDE and XFCE on your Ubuntu computer

If you’re using the standard Ubuntu OS, which comes with Gnome but would like to try out other window managers like KDE or Xfce, you can easily install them and give them a shot.
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KDE will take up an additional 400MB of space or so. Xfce will take a bit less.

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