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5 highly rated Linux OS distributions

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There are many great Linux distributions to choose from, each boasting their own advantages and niches. Some designed to be very user-friendly, others intended to give power users greater control over their systems. Here are five of the most highly rated Linux distributions on offer today.

Linux Mint

Linux Mint is a popular choice for users wanting an easy-to-use modern OS. This elegant distribution requires minimal user configuration, and is therefore a solid choice for users wanting an OS that works 'out of the box'. Due to its friendly interface and low maintenance, this robust distribution is ideal for those new to Linux systems.

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