Picking a Linux Distribution: Beginner
Feeling OK

I made the switch from Windows XP at home to Zorin OS, Ubuntu and even Debian. However, I have found it a pain to keep the Debian based OS’s up to date. When OpenSUSE launched their LEAP 42.1 linux version which is based off of Red Hat, I decided to take a leap of faith. I was first skeptical of this hybrid OS. However, I’m glad I made the switch. Their is a new version out now but I’m in no rush to upgrade the entire system. Why? OpenSUSE LEAP provides me with more control over my upgrades.

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