I recently installed kde plasma on my computer, it already had gnome, it left my user and I entered the KDE graphical interface, but I realized I was consuming a lot of RAM, I didn’t install any program on kde, anyway, I removed KDE and I stayed with the gnome.
But I would like to know, is there a correct way to change my graphical interface? Do I need to install the entire operating system again? Or do I just install it and can already use it, did not remove gnome affect KDE performance? What would you recommend to make this transition correctly and without losing performance?
Its possible … but a bit messy.
Even if you had your HOME on a separate partition … theres always the possibility of some .config that was held over that has some sort of puzzling affect.
If you are meticulous about it … it should technically be fine … but an install can be done in minutes, so it just doesnt seem all that efficient to me either.
I carried out the installation of KDE and everything was going well, until the system stopped recognizing my network, it is as if the driver disappeared, there is no Wi-fi connection option on my notebook, I tried via cable too and nothing. I’m on my cell phone now, what do I do? want me to create another topic and close this one?