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Welcome to the KDE community

Our vision

A world in which everyone has control over their digital life and enjoys freedom and privacy. Read more: our vision and our manifesto.

Who are we

KDE is a community of people from all over the world who are enthusiastic about free software. We are dedicated to creating an open and user-friendly computing experience, offering an advanced graphical desktop, a wide variety of applications for communication, work, education and entertainment and a platform to easily build new applications upon. We have a strong focus on finding innovative solutions to old and new problems, creating a vibrant atmosphere open for experimentation.

What we do

The Plasma Workspaces

Plasma is KDE's flagship. Plasma lets you control your computer and other digital devices in absolute privacy. The KDE community has the driving goal of making it simple by default, and powerful when needed.


The KDE community produce a wide range of applications.


Neon lets you run the latest Plasma Workspace and KDE applications on your computer.

Tools for developers

The KDE community provides a wide range of tools for developers, see the Community wiki and

About this wiki

We provide information about the Plasma Workspaces, Applications, Tutorials, Tips & Tricks and FAQ's, and links to various places to get help.

UserBase is a community wiki. Anyone can Get a UserBase account and contribute - that includes you!

We try to provide information that is clear, accurate and up to date, but we can not do this alone. Your help will be much appreciated. Before you begin editing, please take 5 minutes to read the Introduction to new contributors.