Software developers have created various versions of Linux worldwide which are known as distributions. All of them are based on Open – source Kernel or we can say that they are not Windows. As they are not windows so their customization options not exactly widespread in operating systems from Microsoft or Apple.

Some Linux distributions are expressive and simple while others are complex and unapproachable to newcomers. But all are based on the concept that software should be an open market. The top Linux distribution are focused on keeping users (and their data) private and secure.

  • Elementary OS
  • Mint
  • Arch Linux or Antergos
  • Ubuntu
  • Tails

 

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