Top 10 Linux Distributions for Laptop and Desktop

8 Responses

  1. Jim says:

    I don’t think Elementary OS is quite there but it should be interesting! PC Linux is also a nice interface and easy to use. As for just straight out runs and easy to install includes everything Linux then it is obviously Ubuntu.

  2. kik says:

    Sparky Linux – best distribution on debian 🙂

  3. Fred McKinney says:

    I think LXLE should be on this list.

  4. Nonya says:

    Linux Mint is #1, especially the KDE version. Arch shouldn’t even make the list of the top 1000!

  5. Van says:

    Arch Linux the best distribution for beginners?! NOT! I’m not dissing the distro, but it definitely isn’t for beginners, unless you want to scare them away from Linux.

  6. Alain says:

    I like a lot PCLinuxOS (Mandriva based, no systemd) and I’m now using it on three different computers.
    Note that a Mate edition also exists (it’s the one I prefer and use).

  7. Harald Green says:

    X 11 distros seems to be popular but too few wants Wayland. If we stick to Wayland and Mir, there is Fedora, Soon next Ubuntu, KDE Neon, when Lxqt is ready so is Lubuntu, Arch distros seems to work with Wayland, Liri OS might also be a good choice. The rest seems to be satisfied with x 11. all those new X11 DE:s since 2010 what is the point? Do they think X11 will be maintained forever?

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