Humble Indie Bundle 3 is available now.
Great games for your Ubuntu Linux like Cogs, And Yet It Moves, etc.
You may choose what price you want to give and where your money will go.
Check it out: http://www.humblebundle.com/
Note: This is for limited time only.
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Although you can install the KDE desktop on your Ubuntu Gnome or Unity, it's better to install it as dual-boot and creating a partition for it. Don't forget to create an extended partition rather than primary partition since your drive can accommodate only 4 primary partitions. The recommended partitioning scheme would be:
/ - root should have enough space for the entire OS and additional software. In my experience, it's better to assign at least 100 GB, for applications, games, etc.
/boot - boot partition should have at least 250 MB.
/swap - This depends on your installed RAM or memory. If you have 4GB of RAM or less, assign 2GB or more.
Kubuntu is a flavor of Ubuntu that uses KDE as Desktop Manager like Gnome or Unity for Ubuntu. There are others, like Xubuntu for lower-cpu computers, Edubuntu for schools and others.
Check-out their website: www.kubuntu.org