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It's just the desktop that differs. Ubuntu comes with GNOME desktop where as Kubuntu uses KDE and xUbuntu Xfce desktop environments. Xfce is light weighted and ideal for older systems with relatively lower hardware resources. I like KDE and so opted Kubuntu. There's no difference other than the look and feel of desktop, menus and other graphical components.