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Top 4 Linux Distros for Beginners (2022)

Which Linux Distributions are the Best?

As we come into the new year, it might be part of your New Year’s Resolution to make the big move to the amazing world that is the Linux OS. If so, then the first hurdle you will have to overcome is choosing what distribution (distro) you want to use.

With so many options, each with their own inherent benefits and tools, it can be a bit daunting for new users to make the “perfect” choice. In…

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