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nijntje wrote

I haven't used KDE neon personally, but I've been using kubuntu for a bit and it's not bad at all. KDE takes a bit of tweaking to get set up to how you like it but thankfully most things aren't too hard. Otherwise people here would probably be able to help out.

I do love KDE connect though.

Otherwise the main ubuntu flavour will be switching from unity to gnome (different desktop environments) in a bit so that could be annoying to have to handle with.

There's also the consideration of whether you want to go with a Long Term Support (LTS) version or not. More stable, less frequent possibly-breaking-everything updates, but might have slightly outdated software updates.