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Better linux OS for the post description pc specifications

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Hewlett-Packard Motherboard Manufacturer; 0830h Product Name Motherboard; Hewlett-Packard vendor Processor; HP d325 uT(DB671AV) product Processor, NVIDIA Corporation C17 (GeForce MX IGP) (rev a3) integrated graphics, 1.16725158691 RAM GB i386 compatible cpu

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Mar 18, 2022
What are you wanting Linux to do and what Linux have you used?
i refer to the best at the moment pc technological experience based in the variety of features and uses that i can have using the best at the moment pc applications technology compatible with an OS my PC Specifications; also the greatest compatibility of all OS applications like Windows that an OS can give me with an OS compatible with my PC Specifications; and an OS that is at the moment developing


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As an avid Linux user myself, I use openSUSE Tumbleweed with KDE. The reason I use openSUSE is because it's a rolling release distro, which means packages are updated throughout the day and is considered bleeding edge. It's rolling like Arch Linux but the packages are QA and tested before release so it's much more stable. Plus it takes snapshots so if an update breaks things, you can revert back like it never happened.

A lot of programs for Windows have been ported to the world of Linux but not everything. And Linux is still getting better each day. What I would advise you do is if you are on Windows, download VirtualBox and create virtual machines and install different Linux distro to toy around with and you'll find the best one that suits you :)
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