“Easy To Use Linux Distributions For Beginners?“. When the question arises most look for ubuntu. But apart from “Ubuntu Linux” there are many other distros which provide best linux experience.
Most of the Windows users are not able to face linux. Even i wasn’t ready to expect anything, At my first use. As the time passed and with the availability of lacks of tutorials on youtube i made my own path towards linux.
- So, Do you want to dive into linux?
- Are you worried to choose the best distribution which suits your needs?
Those points might get you. And most are not aware of. However, Linux is not just an “Operating System”. But it is more than something which you think. We have already covered:
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“Easy To Use Linux Distributions For Beginners”
#1. Linux Mint
Based on Debian and Ubuntu, Linux Mint is the foremost popular distribution for a beginner. With an exciting user interface, this distro finds its own position to help the beginner get into linux. So, Don’t forget to have a try.
Linux Mint is too fast that it can easily run on an old computer. Built on a rock base, This distro provides the exact features of Ubuntu.
Do check out Linux Mint 18.1 here. Go for the Cinnamon version.
#2. Manjaro Linux
Manjaro is a Linux distribution, based on Arch Linux. It’s one of the user-friendly Linux OS – easy to install and as headache-free as possible, with everything the average non-specialist user could want working straight out of the box.
Manjaro has its own software repository which maintains the latest of software. While providing up to date software to users is a priority, guaranteed stability is not at all compromised. This is one of the prime differences between Arch and Manjaro. Manjaro delays package releases to make sure they are absolutely stable and no regression will be caused. You can also access the Arch User Repository on Manjaro, so anything and everything you need, is always available.
#3. Elementary OS
elementary OS brings improvements to its set of out-the-box apps. The Screenshot app captures the apps with transparent backgrounds. A new Conceal Text option has been added to hide text in native programs. GNOME’s Epiphany web browser comes with better site compatibility, improved SSL support, new web inspector, per-tab processes etc. The Terminal app now features case-insensitive tab completion. Also, the code editor Scratch has got a new Mini Map features.
#4. Zorin OS
Zorin OS is a replacement for Windows and MacOS, designed to make your computer faster, more powerful and secure.
This is an Ubuntu-based, highly polished Linux distribution, entirely made for Windows refugees. Although pretty much every Linux distro is usable by everybody, some people might tend to be reluctant when the desktop looks too alien.
Zorin OS dodges past this obstacle because of its similarities with Windows appearance wise.
So, Which Linux distro do you prefer and why? Comment it down below.
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