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5 Linux Distributions With Fastest Boot Speeds

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But what makes a Linux OS to be called the most desired one? The experience, the user-friendly attitude, knowledge in troubleshooting and the most important one, the boot time. So without further adieu, let’s take a look at the five fastest booting Linux distributions.

#5 Puppy Linux:

Average boot time: 26 seconds

At number 5, it’s Puppy Linux. Even though not the fastest, Puppy Linux is still one of the best when it comes to boot speeds.

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