MrSatan I don't mind a learning curve but holy hell. I figured I'd give it a try because I was watching Linux videos...you know....like we do....and the selling point over gnome was everything is all built in, no extensions or anything. To be fair, it was in there....but with no tutorial or direction or knowing what kde/plasma called the feature, every search result returned options on how to disable it on Windows 10...which is also a PITA to disable. I hate windows 10, not because of it's closed-nature, nor it's privacy incursions. I hate windows 10 because when you shut stuff off, it isn't always off. Settings are buried and even disabling them in the registry has a 50/50 chance of working. Make no mistake, windows 7 was a closed, privacy nightmare as well, it just functioned better.
If those are my reasons for leaving Windows for Linux, why would I want that experience in Linux. I feel like kde/plasma is designed by plasma users for plasma users. The learning curve is steep and I found it no more or less functional thn any other DE. Just more headaches because of the learning curve.
Anyways, I figured it out. Thanks for the help. Lol.