Best Linux Based OSshreyastare THIS IS MY FIRST LIST ON THIS SITE. LINUX OS HAS VARIOUS DISTRIBUTIONS BECAUSE IT'S FREEWARE. THIS IS MY TOP TEN LINUX BASED OPERATING SYSTEMS, PLEASE ADD YOUR VOTES AND COMMENTS TO IMPROVE MY LIST. THIS LIST BASED ON ROBUSTNESS, SIMPLICITY, PERFORMANCE, UI AND MANY OTHER IMPORTANT FEATURES!
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For a beginner, this is the absolute best. You want linux? Everything is built for this. Stable as a rock, while mint should be better, I've had more technical difficulties with it than on ubuntu.
Both official and user contributed.
Wealth of documentation
Fixed release cycle and support period. - shreyastare
It is a super OS to use especially if you like the windows OS very easy to use IE: User friendly
It is the bestV38 Comments Visit Website9
It's mind blowing and better than ubuntu
Linux Mint Cinnamon is the best operating system and it is the best replacement os for windows. Looks simple and neat good looking. Classic style operating system. Thanks to Mint team.
It is solid and so well put together and integrated. Personally I prefer the MATE environment over the others. It just plain works well.
I use linux mint 17.3 on one hard drive and windows 10 pro on the second hard drive on an older dell linux mint leave windows 10 dead for speedV26 Comments Visit Website9
Fedora is up to date with it's repository not like Mint and a few other os out there. It seems to be very user friendly and since I installed this at our local Contact Crisis line we have had NO COMPUTER issues, which to me is a huge improvement over the other systems I had them use.
Fedora is best at development process which is based on Linux and also it was updated with its repository. The below my friends already given the importance of Fedora but I use to say one thing, the main thing is that it was very helpful to the freshers who even don't about the Linux. Easy to learn and easy know about the environment of the Linux based projects.
Fedora is the most stable os but its necessary have a knowledge of command line. This is not a os for new people in linux
Fedora is very user friendly OS.V10 Comments Visit Website9
Remarkable quality control
Includes 25, 113 software packages
Supports more processor architecture - shreyastare
Rock-solid but powerful. Easily the best operating system once you learn how to use it.
Too stable, Ubuntu is based on Debian.
I love debianV3 Comments Visit Website9
Easy, fast, great stability and just the ducks guts!
Been using this os for a while I was a windows user not any more have tried about 7 different linux systems I like this one
Works great and looks similar to windows
Best of all linuxV10 Comments Visit Website9
It has intuitive and comprehensive tool
Large number of software packages
Excellent website infrastructure - shreyastare
The most stable distro that I've tried which in my opinion strikes the perfect balance between stability and new features. Perfect for workstation PCs and regular desktop use.V2 Comments Visit Website9
Ultimate...Install only the things you want to install...
Very fast even on older Laptops
Has Tweaking option
Great Online documentation
Superb software management infrastructure. - shreyastare
Slackware is the Oldest Linux Distribution. Beating Debian by 8 months. Pat Volkerdink is the man behind Slackware. Pat has followed the Linux Standards in delivering his distribution. The best part of Slackware is you install it once then simply update the packages from there staying current without having to upgrade. Slackware is the best Distribution for a technical tretus on Linux. Great documentation on all aspects of kernel shell and applications. Slackware will require your full attention, ability to read and understand in installation and configuration. It is nor nor will it ever be a simple replacement to Windows like Ubuntu. If you learn Slackware you learn Linux.
The Linux for slackers, everything's already loaded in, installation is a breeze, only issue I've had was figuring out how to enable wifi internet, but even that ended up being easy. Doesn't have the eye candy of Ubuntu or Mint, or the documentation arch has, or the massive software repository debian has... Well, it's basic, but basic is always the right option. "Bob" approved. - airbb
Strong adherence to UNIX principles
Clean and largely bug-free
Considered highly stable - shreyastare
Best Linux for Enterprises. Well secured and upto date. But it may not come free of cost, one may need to pay RHEL for their support & Services to you.V3 Comments
I'm not so a great techie but I see that most people choose CENT OS for their web servers.
I use CentOS+LAMP as my web platform.
Free to download and use
Comes with 5-years of free security updates
Stable and reliable
Extremely well-tested - shreyastare
Browser plugins and media codecs
Rolling-release update mechanism
Out-of-the-box support for graphics drivers - shreyastare
All Application Are Run And Use in Security Tool
Best os I love it but I find some problems in installing libre office for his os and many sofwares wont work in this os that's draw backV4 Comments
It is very stable. Supported by CDAC.
It supports many Indian Languages.
Based on Debian.. GNome environment. Has BOSSMOOL.
India Runs on BOSS. ATMs are being upgraded to use BOSS from Windows XP.
TamilNadu government is using BOSS on all its systems.
It's like having a Mac for free. Super elegant design. A joy to use. It's one of the only OS's that didn't seem like it was fighting me. Comes with all the basic apps and the Ubuntu app store so you will always have plenty of good, safe software.
Most beautiful build I've ever seen
INSTALLED ON ACER AMD QUAD4 17 INCH LAPTOP, WORKS GREAT, LOOKS GOOD AND WIFE LOVES IT
Super designed like mac - grprajapatV6 Comments
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2. Linux Mint
2. Linux Mint