Try before you buy
Three ways to try Kubuntu Focus Suite

Here are three ways to freely try Focus suite consisting of Kubuntu 20.04, curated apps, UX preferences, and hardware optimizations.

Desktop Hints

1. One minute

Distrotest.net allows one to try the Focus suite in about a minute. The resource are limited so this will give you a taste of how things work with a some significant limitations.

The VNC is slow, and the VM is missing a network adaptor, GPU acceleration, and hardware optimizations. This VM is still running 18.04 but we are working on getting a 20.04 version available. Thank you good folks at distrotest.net for hosting this service!

Desktop Grid

2. Download + two minutes

A virtual appliance is a great way to try the Focus suite in just a few minutes, although most hardware optimizations do not apply. This build is created for VirtualBox although it can also be imported by QEMU or VMWare.

Sign-up to download the Kubuntu Focus Virtual Appliance.

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3. Download + Fifteen minutes

Install on your own hardware or virtual machine. The clean install workflow provides all the details.

The Kubuntu Focus team uses this software suite daily on over a dozen different hardware configurations. These include the three official 2060/2070/2080 models, six additional Clevo laptops, and multiple desktop systems.

If you like what you see you can order you own custom Kubuntu Focus. Most configurations ship out next-day.