7 Top GNU/Linux Distributions of 2015

An article written by Brendan Hesse, published in digitaltrends lists 7 Best GNU/Linux distributions of 2015. The selection of GNU/Linux distributions listed in this articled seems to fair. However, it may change from person to person.

Ah, Linux. The third of the holy triumvirate of PC operating systems, along with Windows and Mac OS. Each have their own pros and cons, and each has their own identity. Linux could probably be best described as the most rebellious of the three; it’s malleable and customizable (as long as you have a strong understanding of computers and Linux), with dozens of different distros created by unique communities for different uses. Plus, the Linux kernel and most distros are completely free, which is a major selling point for the OS when compared to Mac OS and Windows.

There are Linux distros for many different use cases. Whether you are after an OS that is tailored for desktops, laptops, workstations, servers, A/V editing, or gaming, there is a distro out there for everyone. We are going to give you a rundown of the best current Linux distros out there, paying particular attention to those tailored for desktop use.
Following are GNU/Linux distributions listed in this article.
  1. Ubuntu Mate
  2. OpenSuse
  3. Linux Mint
  4. Fedora
  5. Debian
  6. Elementary OS
  7. Steam OS

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