KDE desktop is a popular desktop in the Linux world. They build and release different apps to complete your basic experience when using the desktop. I personally use KDE on the Manjaro operating system, and to be honest, it is the best in terms of usability and the apps they provide. Here today, I am going to share KDE apps which are also available for Microsoft Windows free of cost, and they are open source too.
If you are a Linux user, there could be times you want to use Windows. You can either simply install it in a virtual machine or just dual boot it with a Linux distribution. To dual boot, you will need a bootable USB of Windows (easy this way than creating DVD etc). In this article I am going to guide you how to quickly create a Windows bootable USB on Linux with UEFI and legacy boot support.