Top Linux Distros for Computer
Linux is no anymore only-for-geeks playing platform. Operating system based on Linux became more elegant and user-friendly — such as Mac and Windows. The most widely used Linux Distro is the “Ubuntu” which is a Debian derived. Here we’ll talk about some of the best Linux distros — each one a customized and different, in terms of UI and functions. The official Debian builds are the non-commercial and supported by a community of developers. Linux distro are mainly debian based and derived is the appropriate term.
Top Linux Distributions
You may be already tried Ubuntu – over and over again, the interface is almost simple for a normal user, it gets updated once in every six months. Since it has the largest segment of users; the builds may not suit you. Or even you did like the Ubuntu’s interface, and you might get bored after a couple of days. Note that the aim of Ubuntu was to build an OS to make Linux easier to use and get-used-to-it. Some people like it and lots people hate it. It comes with standard sets of applications such as the lovable Firefox browser, Thunderbird for emails and transmission to deal with torrents.
Here let’s briefly wrap up some of the popular Linux-based OS, we’re not discussing them here.
Debian: Godfather, Open source, stable, do not get updated frequently.
Fedora: Bleeding-edge Linux builds, always latest, unstable, no-long-term-support.
Ubuntu: Much simplified.
Lesser-Known-Top Linux Distributions.
Since we know about the Ubuntu (the Simplified, and overrated) and the Debian (Stable-again-simplified) here are some of the best Linux distributions you can try and fall in love with Linux again. Even for the first time. We’ll start with good-looking and rich-features wise operating systems, then lightweight Linux distros.
8. Tiny Core Linux
A lightweight operating system, use it when you believe your computer is at its last days, or much older to run a Windows 10 operating system, good options for the reader who has an old laptop lying rotting in the storehouse. I tried to test it on my 64-bit HP computer, and it didn’t boot, maybe my BIOS wasn’t able to detect it. But it should work for you.
9. Puppy Linux
Another very-light operating system mentioned already in best alternative operating systems. Both 32-bit and 64-bit editions are available with a super lightweight ISO file size around 200MB; it won’t require much resources. Even 200 MB ram would be much to handle this distro.