We have already seen some of the famous Linux distributions in our other article. You can check it out here. In this article, we are going to describe the main criteria to choose the perfect Linux distribution.
Linux is based on Unix. Various software developers worked on it and turned it into different ‘distributions’ or ‘distros’. Most of the Linux distros use the Linux kernel (the soul of the operating system). The different desktop environments for these distros are then built around that kernel.
Ubuntu is a Modern operating system with full hardware integration and a complete set of applications.
If you are worried about the Linux command line, try Ubuntu, because you won’t need the terminal window at all. It is easy to install as well as easy to use with great support.
Download Link: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop
Debian is one of the oldest and most stable Linux distributions. It is the base for many of the other distributions such as Ubuntu and Linux Mint. It’s community distribution ships with free software and drivers. The Debian repositories offer thousands of applications. There are different versions available for many hardware devices.
Its installation is the easiest because there are various steps you need to go through post-installation to get all of your hardware working.
Download Link: https://www.debian.org/distrib/
Fedora is a Red Hat based community distribution. It always comes with up-to-date software and drivers and was one of the first distributions to introduce both Wayland and SystemD. Fedora has a quite
Easy to install and contains a good range of software. Not all of the packages are stable.
Download Link: https://getfedora.org/en/workstation/download/
Linux Mint is a strong option for those who are new to Linux. It is the best starter OS for those who want to switch from Windows/Mac. It provides an impressive amount of customization options with good media support. It is based on Ubuntu, Debian Linux distros.
It is easy to install, contains all the applications you need for general home computing.
Download Link: https://www.linuxmint.com/download.php