Hands-On: KaOS Linux and openSUSE Leap 42 on my new notebook

KaOS Linux is a bit of an unusual distribution compared to the others I am installing, because it is much smaller and less well known. I like it because it is a “pure” KDE distribution, it is always kept up with the latest development in the KDE Plasma desktop, and it includes KDE-specific applications and utilities. That means things like QupZilla instead of Firefox, Calligra Suite instead of LibreOffice, and so on.