Linux Distro Overview

Linux Distros are a combination of the core Linux kernel, the desktop environment, and the pre-installed software packages. Some distros are meant to be servers and have no desktop systems to save on system resources, but other distros are for specific industries and have extensive amount of software installed. Many of the common distributions are meant to be replacement operating systems so they come with basic system tools and a few common programs like LibreOffice. Browse the various distro overviews to see which distro you want to try.


Brief Introduction to Linux Distros

OpenSUSE Tumbleweed

OpenSUSE is great for developers and other advanced computer users switching to Linux.

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PeppermintOS 7

PeppermintOS is for the computer user who uses a lot of web-based software.

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Fedora 24

Fedora is a great Linux distro, very powerful especially for the modern computer and the advanced computer user.

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Ubuntu 16.04

Ubuntu is for the Linux user of any experience level with a reasonably powerful computer.

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