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40 Responses

  1. Balaji says:

    I have installed SolusOS on my laptop. I did not like the Budgie desktop as I felt it heavy. So, I installed Mate and it seems to work fine.

    However, the touchpad click was not working. Also, as an IT consultant, I needed some of other packages like DKMS and I raised some package requests to SolusOS devs.

    However, I did not get any updates from the Devs even after 48 hours. Finally, I removed SolusOS and installed Ubuntu Mate. I am planning to install Solydx as XFCE is my preferred desktop and Solydx is based on Debian stable.

  2. Raminda says:

    Yeah it’s almost 2017 and you guys don’t even know how to add a link to a website for an OS you mention. Tecmint is stuck in the 80’s playing Disco music and giving half tutorials to readers.

  3. kulkas says:

    where is deepin os? whether the operating system can be recommended? :/

    • Jesse says:

      Deepin os has been around for years ..this article was merely referring to new and upcoming distros with potential.

  4. Thomas Borjon says:

    Why is slackware not mentioned?

  5. Michael says:

    You really need to learn how to link to the official web sites of the distros, instead of making people right click & search to get to them!

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