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6 Best Linux Distros for Beginners

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If you’re a programmer, server admin, or just someone who likes to have everything tailored to their needs, Linux-based operating systems are worth a try. With a powerful terminal, better security, and the freedom to modify your operating system; however, you want, users will find Linux to come in quite handy.

Making the shift to Linux is not as complicated as some people make it out to be. There is a variety of Linux distributions available that cater to the needs of people who are planning on making the jump to Linux from any other operating system. However, it is also worth noting that there are some complex Linux distros out there like Arch Linux and Kali Linux, which newbies should refrain from installing as of today. Considering all this, FOSSLinux brings you the best Linux distros for beginners that will help you get started with Linux more straightforwardly.

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