Don't badmouth ubuntu just because you don't like the look of it. If KDE is what you want you could've got kubuntu, which is ubuntu with KDE.agronick said:Ubutnu sucks. I tried it and I found it ugly. I got rid of it because I liked the interface on windows better and I already knew how to use it. About four months ago I picked up openSUSE. I can do everything I can in windows and it looks a lot better then windows. Beryl makes it 1000x better then windows. If you install it use kde. Heres a video of beryl: http://youtube.com/watch?v=gQ-cjKUowT0
http://enterprise.linux.com/enterprise/06/12/11/1526210.shtml?tid=23If your choice of distribution is driven by philosophy, religion, or politics rather than functionality, you might pass on openSUSE regardless of how good it is. That's a shame, too, because this is probably the best Linux desktop distribution I've ever seen: it's easy to install, look at, and to use.
I have tried a few, although they take up memory and one of them almost corrupted my windows default themes by keeping the themes process in msconfig off and it would not turn on until I restored my system a few times. I have had good experience with Alienguise (no matter how much I don't like Alienwares).Nodsu said:As you said yourself, one can always change the window manager. If you don't like the Windows look, try any of WindowMaker, FVWM2, blackbox, openbox, fluxbox and the list goes on..