aWho knew that KDE, one of the most popular Linux desktop environments, would be brought to Windows with all its applications?
Here, his name says it all. KDE installer for windows operating system Windows 2000, XP, and 2003, a Windows installer for Windows operating system, this way with Windows Vista.
You just select the KDE up and running keys to run where you want to install its applications. Remember this folder, because in order to run applications in the KDE environment, you will need to access (bin) later.
Almost all original cabs applications have this version of Windows, although some are still missing. In any case, the best thing you can do is open the convertor, open the KDE's web browser and click on the Application option. Explore the contents of those folders to access different programs organized by category.
If you still do not believe in using the KDE desktop environment in Windows, then see the packages included in this Wikipedia page.