I have 2 computers with Ubuntu but on both I installed KDE to have another option for the users. Since Unity has come along very well, there has not been a need to use KDE for a while now. How can I delete all KDE related packages with one single sweep, freeing space and anything KDE related in Ubuntu, including overwriting the Logo of ubuntu when the PCs start or shutdown since after installing KDE the Kubuntu logo is the default one. How to revert back completely from all KDE stuff with a simple short command line or GUI tool.
NOTE - I ask this because it is very time consuming to start selecting, one by one, each package that relates to the KDE desktop environment, checking if it also relates to any GTK, checking dependencies for each, etc.. Deleting the package kubuntu-desktop does not remove every installed KDE package that was installed with it since this is a pseudo package that installs the rest of the real packages but does not uninstall them which makes me wonder why a package can install a whole bunch of other packages but not uninstall them with some added option to actually uninstall them not just the dummy package itself.