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    Want to remove KDE, it's slowed my laptop down and caused certain applications not to run. I did have just ubuntu before hand.

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    Linux Guru Jonathan183's Avatar
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    Oct 2007
    To be honest I would select the ubuntu with the window manager you want, backup user data and do a fresh install. You should be able to install other wm using synaptic or apt-get and select the wm to use at login.
    I would not remove kde from kubuntu or remove gnome from ubuntu. If you don't want gnome or kde then use xubuntu of fluxubuntu instead.

    Ensuring the correct graphics card driver and checking you have enough ram and disk space may cure performance problems on your system.

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