Want to get started with Linux and start working with Linux, but not sure which version (aka Linux distro, Linux distro) to use?
Here is an easy-to-use checklist of things to look out for when choosing a Linux distribution. You can also learn more about Linux training on https://www.readynez.com/en/.
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Linux OS Distribution Feature Checklist – Linux Distro Checklist Summary – Linux Distribution Training
Here's a summary of the top features to look for in a Linux distribution:
Comprehensive and easy-to-use routines for installing Linux
Make sure the Linux distribution you're considering has an easy-to-follow installer that walks you through how to install the Linux operating system, commands, and other software onto your hard drive.
One or more Linux desktops – for a point-and-click GUI environment.
When you start Windows, you are automatically on the Windows desktop and there is only one desktop you can use. However, Linux has several desktops to choose from.
So try a basic Linux desktop (GNOME or KDE) and maybe others to see which one you like best.
Linux Commands Training Tips: You may want to get a free Live CD or DVD (by download) or very cheap (by mail) with Linux to see which desktop you like best. Then make sure that the Linux distribution you want to use offers this Linux desktop.