I found out now. I just want to share some thoughts on Kubuntu. I've been using Ubuntu since around 2008, if I remember correctly, I started with a really brutish GNOME on Ubuntu 8.04, but it wasn't until I tried KDE that I learnt to love Linux. And now, how far we've come. The internet with its modern logo designs, and here I am back at the software I used to enjoy, Amarok 1.4, KDE 3.5. It's almost like going back to the past, but thanks to Trinity they're working once again, and the HD wallpapers, well, I used to have a huge outstanding collection of HD wallpapers most of which I had to delete with my system, never knowing how good they were, and now I'm back at finding good pics to fill my desktop. Some are even mine, not that good, but at least they're mine. And I remember that website "The Linux Game Tome", at happypenguin.org, designed solely to count all working games on Linux. Most were bad, and overall, the games were few. Now there's all the power of Steam and Linux, and though it's still a bit hard to configure for newbs like I was before, the results can be amazing. You get a fully functional system with all the benefits of security and freedom. Huge, huge respect for all those Linux developers, designers, sysadmins, users, and so on, out there, you're doing the best of jobs.