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Working from the command line first install the KDE Desktop.

yum groupinstall "KDE Plasma Workspaces"

Once that finishes, log out. At the greeter, where you enter your user name and password, do that but also click the gear icon. That is where you will be able to select KDE. Finish your log in.

Working from the command line first install the KDE Desktop.

yum groupinstall "KDE Plasma Workspaces"

Once that finishes, log out. At the greeter, where you enter your user name and password, do that but also click the gear icon. That is where you will be able to select KDE. Finish your log in.

After that, there is no need to select KDE every time. The display manager (GDM) will remember your last choice so you will login in KDE every time.

Although you can change the Display Manager from GDM to KDM(for a complete migration from Gnome to KDE), I wouldn't suggest this because of a problem with the lock screen (doesn't work well with other DMs) . If you want to try, execute the following commands in order to disable GDM (Gnome Display Manager) and enable KDM(Kde Display Manager).

sudo systemctl disable gdm 
sudo systemctl enable kdm

Reboot for the changes to take effect.