Work better with each specific environment including

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work better with each specific environment including Ubunto GNOME, Kubuntu, and others. Ubuntu offers pretty much anything a standard desktop user needs including LibreOffice, Thunderbird email client, and many more user-friendly applications. Ubuntu is also well integrated with many commonly used applications like Skype, Google Chrome, and even Minecraft. Ubuntu puts out two versions of their OS which include a long-term release for those who do not wish to update their OS with every version. The second version you may obtain is the most current version that might not be as debugged as the long-term counterpart (Haas, 2017). Debian-Zeke The newest release of Debian is Debian 9 also called Stretch. It is well tested due to a wide number of processor architectures. There are several changes that come with this new upgrade. To start, MySQL is being replaced by MariaDB. Firefox and Thunderbird will be replacing Iceweasel as well as Icedove. The DBG-SYM can be added to APT source list and will improve the debug symbols. Gnupg package will be fitted with elliptic curve cryptography and an improved smartcard. Debian is available as a variant full DVD.
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Solus Skylyn Elementary Skylyn Antergos The new release of Antergos version 2015.04.12 has updated its system installer and GNOME 3.16 desktop environment. Antergos image can be downloaded as a full edition or minimal edition. The minimal ISO size has been reduced to 437MB. Zeke Fedora-Austin Fedora is one of Red Hat’s free distributions that has three flavors including a Workstation, Server, and Atomic Host edition. Fedora has been widely acknowledged as
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a “testing ground” for applications before their final release like Wayland and system (Mutai, 2018). Fedora’s current version Fedora 27 advertises a new look with the
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