Personally, I use KDE (and I'm new to it, even) because outside of personal use where I could basically use anything, I mostly use Linux for work. I can't be bothered to fight GNOME, have to babysit and cherry pick software under XFCE (same with Cinnamon in this argument), or deal with something like Openbox. I need and warrant something more akin to a work environment and for me, KDE does this with flying colours.
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