For a beginner-friendly distro, try Linux Lite 1.0.0

For a beginner-friendly distro, try Linux Lite 1.0.0

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For all the media attention that goes to Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, and the other leading Linux distributions, casual observers would have to be forgiven if they have no idea that hundreds of other distributions are out there as well, each with a particular purpose and target audience in...
For a beginner-friendly distro, try Linux Lite 1.0.0
                         

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