"Just more than a month since the release of Linux Mint
9, the Linux Mint team has released a KDE-flavored release
candidate, complete with new applications, a new software manager,
a new incremental backup tool, and USB and Windows installers, to
name a few.
"The KDE version of Linux Mint 9 (codename: Isadora), will
instantly look and feel familiar to KDE users and comes packaged
with new software such as Miro, which streams video from webistes
in its own player, BleachBit, for hard drive cleaning, and
Acetoniso, for converting video and images."