Run Linux applications on Windows
"Why would you want to do that?", you're probably asking. If you can run Linux 24x7 on any machine you come across, great -- but given the ubiquity of Microsoft's OS, chances are you'll end up sitting at a Windows-only PC at some point. Never fear: even if you can't vape the drive and install your favourite distro, you can still get a Linux fix thanks to a new tutorial from our friends on PC Plus: Run Linux applications on Windows. Specifically, it focuses on installing and running KDE in Microsoftland, which isn't as tough as it sounds.