The world of GNU/Linux distributions is a world full of open source and mostly free operating systems, all of them based on the same core. If you are thinking about giving some of them a chance, here are 47 GNU / Linux distributions series so you can find the one that best suits what you are looking for.
We will start with the best and simplest to start and take the first steps in GNU / Linux, and then we will continue with some a little more advanced. Once covered these two, we will talk about the best to take care of your privacy, cultivate your hobbies and even to get the most out of a Raspberry Pi. Let's focus on the desktop, so it will be the most popular operating system based on the Linux kernel: the Android.
To start in GNU/Linux
For more advanced users
To take care of privacy
For old computers
Specific for hobbies
Designed for your Raspberry Pi
Glad you finally reach here... As we have seen so far, Debian and Ubuntu based distros are the most populous in this but For many, there is no doubt that Arch Linux is still one of the best distributions, and alternatives such as Manjaro show that it is possible to offer an Arch-based distro that is novice proof. However, among the distros that use Arch as a base, the one that caught my attention this year was Archlabs Minimo, a distro focused on minimalism. Unlike all the others on this list, it is not intended for all types of users, nor for beginners, but it has its audience. Lovers of minimalist window managers like Openbox will appreciate it, as well as being extremely light and customizable. Enter this list perhaps as the "hipster wildcard" , and I recommend it to the more adventurous.
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