Which Linux distribution to choose for daily work?
As any person that does not use wine or a virtual machine and having a 2 drive 2 OS: Windows and Linux(Ubuntu 18).
But more stocks with Ubuntu: the icons in the top bar doesn't work correctly, Bluetooth was off sometimes, the wifi stopped working in rare instances and all sorts of stuff still. All this, for the most part, rarity. But still, this is a very unpleasant rarity that spoil the experience and usability.
And that is the essence of this: it's possible to choose whether to work(to code and to create docks) in 2019 from the Linux distributions?
richie_Wintheiser9 answered on March 19th 20 at 09:09
arch + awesome wm) and any put at random, where are the pictures I liked and trying, a couple pousette and realize that the difference in principle and no dramatically.
I sat mint (cinnamon), manjaro put with xfce, Ubuntu was arch with kde is good.
With the tiling too cool - arch + i3 tried, in the end, while choice: arch + awesome couple of years now as at home and at work, because it works fast and easy. Here it is necessary to look and choose, everyone has different tastes and ideas about how to look and work the system.
Raina39 answered on March 19th 20 at 09:11
Glitches interface are solved by changing DE - even without reinstalling the system, if desired.
Glitches wood shift of the distribution is unlikely to solve. If it is some relatively new laptop - the hardware will depend not so much on the distro as the kernel.
makenn answered on March 19th 20 at 09:13
Bret_Koelpin answered on March 19th 20 at 09:15
No. Try and use Windows, I linuksoid say.
If you want masochism, then put Kubuntu, there is more or less gently all.
Godfrey_Rice26 answered on March 19th 20 at 09:17
Not yet moved to Makos, I sat on the Mint, then Deepin(beautiful shell). But if you just go surfing and see serialchik, then put windows
christian answered on March 19th 20 at 09:19
If Ubuntu is not suitable, try any Ubuntu-based, such as Lubuntu, Xubuntu, etc. (Ubuntu with a different DE). Also I can advise to try KDE Neon, he long enjoyed, liked. If you want something beautiful that isn't in other distros, I can recommend Deepin, but I personally, he did not want podklyuchaetsya to the repositories, I don't know why. If RPM based, try Fedora or CentOS, they are highly recommended. Itself now I sit on the Arch and I like it, but you will have to read the Wiki, for non-fans this is not good, but always fresh ON.
karlee_Franec answered on March 19th 20 at 09:21
Radical change of distribu - it's like moving from one apartment to another - like there apartment and there apartment and different...
Try to start with the updates of the bucket and replace the DE - it is still less radicalism :)