Top Linux Distros for New Users

Technology Apr 15, 2021

So, I told you guys that I'll be publishing a post about personal finance this week, but I changed my mind as I have been posting a lot of articles about money lately and thought of posting something in the tech category instead. This is my top linux distros for beginners post.

We all know my love for open-source software and I have tried a lot of them, from the hardest to use where you're stuck with just a command line, to something so easy that my friends and relatives who ain't tech-savvy can use it with ease. Whether you just want to learn Linux, want an OS that's more secure and respects your privacy, or just want a faster OS running on your computer, below are my recommendations for you.

  1. Elementary OS

This one is a true masterpiece, especially with the design. The beauty and consistency of this OS will surely please a new user. It's consistent, that you'll always know where you are and where to find what you are looking for. The icons and menus are truly an eye candy that it will make you want to use it more. Definitely a Linux distro that you may want to start at if you want to learn Linux.

2. Zorin OS (Core)

This Linux distro I think is designed with simplicity and newly migrating users in mind. If you were a Windows user and wants something so close to Windows, then this OS will do the trick, and it's much simpler than Windows in my opinion. Also, it's pre-installed with Windows software support already, a good option for those who won't be able to let go of their old proprietary Windows software right away.

I only have two Linux distributions in this list as I want it to include only what I think is the best for new Linux users. Also, so readers of this article won't try a couple of OSes anymore just to decide what to stick with. If you think you know better OSes for new Linux users than the two on this list, don't hesitate to contact me to help out: aldrinzigmund@tutamail.com. I'll try to also keep this list updated if I find something new or if one of the OSes in this list didn't anymore meet my standards for Linux distros best for new users. Again, I want you to be happy so always be happy with me.

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