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. Instead, I thought of posting something in the tech category. This is my top Linux distro for beginners post.
We all know my love for open-source software, and I have tried many of them—ranging from the most challenging, where you're confined to a command line, to something so user-friendly that even my friends and relatives, who aren't tech-savvy, can use them with ease.
Whether you're looking to learn Linux, seeking a more secure and privacy-respecting OS, or simply want a faster system for your computer, below is my recommendation for you.
Zorin OS, I think, is designed with simplicity and newly migrating users in mind.
If you were a Windows user and want something so close to Windows, then this OS will do the trick. It's actually much simpler than Windows, offering a more consistent and user-friendly experience.
Additionally, it comes pre-installed with Windows software support, making it a good option for those who may not be able to let go of their old proprietary Windows software right away.
It also has an amazing look, which enhances the experience of using a new OS.
If you think you know a better Linux distro for new users, don't hesitate to contact me so I can try it out myself.
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