- Jul 23, 2020
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For you it is an Ubuntu flavour whilst for me it is Mint as it does what I want to do no hassles and it was for me very easier to get use to after years of Vindows plus racking up to many orbits in life, so not as nimble as of yore.
These days, I could easily use any distro out there (for some definition of easily). I much prefer my beloved Lubuntu, though I do miss LXDE. Fortunately, LXQt has largely the same devs and it really shows.