A Linux distribution called Kubuntu 21.10 combines the KDE Plasma desktop with the Ubuntu operating system as its foundation. It offers customers a reliable operating system packed with features and is adaptable. The most recent KDE Plasma desktop, which offers a cutting-edge and aesthetically pleasing user interface, is included in Kubuntu 21.10. Users can customize their desktop experience using the taskbar, system tray, application launcher, and many customization tools available on the desktop.
Follow this thoroughly explained guide to learn how to install Kubuntu 22.10 on your system via an ISO image.
Step 1: First, download the Kubuntu operating system’s ISO image from the official website. Choose your preferred language and run the installer.
Set your keyboard layout.
Step 2: Choose the installation type (Normal or Minimal) and check the boxes for “Download updates” and “Install third-party software for graphics and Wi-Fi” and click the Continue button.
Disk Partition Management
Step 3: Choose automatic or manual partitioning.
Step 4: Confirm that you want to write changes to the disk by clicking the Continue button on the pop-up window.
Step 5: Set your time zone and keyboard layout.
Step 6: Now create a user, enter your hostname and set a password, and then click the Continue button.