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    How to uninstall KDE

    I have installed Fedora 29 with the default graphical environment of GNOME version 3.30 (Almerķa).
    And I have installed KDE afterwards.

    Now I'd like to uninstall KDE.


    What is the safe way to uninstall it?

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    Re: How to uninstall KDE

    Why bother. Just do not use it.

    I have KDE, GNOME, and DEEPin on the same single Linux Installation. Sometimes I just want to enjoy a different interface.

    By just not using KDE, the inconvenience that I foresee is with updates. Your system will receive updates for both Gnome and KDE. Your sysem will not run slower.
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    Re: How to uninstall KDE

    Quote Originally Posted by lsatenstein
    Your sysem will not run slower.
    Thanks for your advice.

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