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Easy to keep upto date with options for latest kernel & easy hardware manager. Just needs a software store interface to make it the best for new users & old pros
Best UI/UX I've seen across password managers. I especially like Touch ID support that makes it a breeze to unlock vaults - no more typing the master password everytime. Full data encryption is handy and allows me to store secure notes, sensitive documents, and license keyfiles safely.
ProA clean, good-looking and intuitive UI
ProEndorsed by many high credibility security experts
ProCan also store software and license keys
ProActive community of users and active / blogging development team.
ConLacks native Linux support
First linux distro I ever used. Pretty easy and can run on low end/old machines no problem.
ProOffers a long term support release
ProBased on Ubuntu
ProSimple to use panel
ProLow system requirements
Linux Mint was my first Linux distro, and it was a great one to start with. If it had a rolling release version, and support for the Gnome desktop environment, It'd probably still be my daily driver. I've since moved on due to the lack of those 2 features, but maybe someday I'll find myself comi...
ProCompatibility with Debian and Ubuntu software builds and repositories
Prolinux mint does maintain a free software enviroment. however does offer full support to propertiary software,(Crome, skype, teamvewer)
ProProvides LTS (long term support) versions
ProEasy installation and configuration
ProComplete and stable
ProFamiliar user interface
ProAlready functional out-of-the-box
ConCheap Windows Substitute
ConMany proprietary (Closed-source) packages
It works with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with Gnome. I also used gksu and just edited 2 conf files to have pantheon-files able to handle 'open as root' options. Pantheon Files handling both Miller columns (handled by too few alas) and 'open as root' becomes very interesting then. (See http://ubuntuha...
Once you go Arch, you'll never go back. 😉
ProA package for almost everything
ProNo restrictive handholding, pure control over everything
ProSimplicity is absolutely the principal objective behind Arch development
ProSupport for a large variety of hardware
ProExcellent package management with the AUR
ProCutting edge rolling release
ProHelpful 3rd Party Installers
ProStripped down to the bone
ProArch Build System (ABS) & PKGBUILD
ProFast and simple package management
ProAs slim or copious as you want it
ProArch User Repository (AUR)
Very very good and customizable even if its use a lot of RAM and needs a good CPU.
ProCan group Tabs
ProCompatible with most Chrome extensions
Convenient and highly configurable through its Lua interface.
ProEase of installation
Not only eye catching and extensible but the most fluid UI
ProHas great wobbly windows
The latest version can be downloaded from GitHub. It has much more functionality.
ProWebKit layout engine allows familiar webpage interface
ProFull-text search in articles
ProSupports several popular dictionary file formats
Just fantastic!! I'm average user and tried every distro on my laptops. This on is simply the best!
easy interface, stable, highlight information about torrent files
ProFree, ad-less and open source
All work, updates daily basis. The best KDE distro what I found yet. Rock solid.
works for me great
ProFree and open source
SophisticatedItzpapalotl (65 karma) recommendscVim
Works great, mostly stable, and has a lot of keybindings that make using the mouse a thing from the past
Now very stable and fast, ok for low resources pc s
ProLow system resources consumption
ProIntegrated advanced search
ProComes with a suite of powerful applications
ProAdheres to standards
You can pick these up for 100USD on sale, install Linux on them, and program just fine.
ProCan run Arch Linux
ConPoor specs, compared to typical laptops