It's often asked that, which GNU/Linux distribution is best?. This question is some what relative, as the term 'best' may differ from to person. What about trying some GNU/Linux distribution which are not that bad?
An article written by Kendell Clark, published in opensource.com describes the steps to try a GNU/Linux distribution. This article also lists 8 GNU/Linux distribution which are good enough to try.
One of the most common questions I'm asked by a disabled prospective Linux user is, "There are so many different Linux distributions. Which one is for me? Which one is most accessible?"This is a valid question, and one that hasn't been answered very often. Fortunately, like many things with Linux, there are ready-made solutions that will meet most users needs, and they're all just a download away. In this article, I'll explain how to install Linux and give a review of eight accessible Linux distributions, or distros as they are commonly called.