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66 Responses

  1. Marcin Mikołajczak says:

    Most of them aren’t new…

  2. James Salamone says:

    Peppermint all the way!! I have been using it for years now.

    It is the most Win like and use so far in my book. Plus you get ICE!!

  3. Jimmie says:

    I accessed the Wait List and did not find MX Linux. This distro is great for any Linux newbie familiar with Windows OS. I find it easier than even Ubuntu, which says a lot about the smooth transition from Win OS and Linux.

    • Martins Okoi says:

      Sorry, it was my mistake. MX Linux is not on the waitlist but you can give it an upvote since after searching the site.

  4. Brian says:

    I’ve been rocking the Debian SID-based Siduction with the Mate desktop environment for a good while now. I’d loved to see it mentioned in the intermediate to advanced category. I just love it.

  5. C. R. Zamana says:

    Are you sure that SmartOS can be considered a Linux distro?

  6. arochester says:

    “10 most promising new distros for 2019 ” NEW DISTROS??? NEW???

    Antix, for example, started in 2007.

    Do you mean new releases of OLD distros?

  7. Eddie G. says:

    Seems the SemiCodeOS site is down? Are they still being actively developed? Or have they closed up shop? It looks interesting though…

  8. Rene says:

    Semicode OS looks interesting

  9. Tilak Raj says:

    I still use Ubuntu, it works like a charm.

  10. Ganesh says:

    Semicode OS is the best and versatile distro for developers and Linux lovers. Going to try enchantment OS. Thanks for the quick list of suggestions!

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