The Best Linux Desktop for Work

Sure... why not. Some folks like Linux for their day-to-day work. I happen to not like it but...some folks do. You stay weird Linux Community. 

Wait, you doubt that there’s a best Linux desktop for work? Yes I know some users do. A lot of folks out there still believe you need a proprietary operating system to get work done.

But speaking as a user who uses various Linux distros everyday to get work done, I can tell you that for most people it's a matter of preference. Sure, there are legacy software exceptions to this rule. However between the move to the "cloud" and new Linux compatible applications popping up all the time, I've found Linux is great for getting work done.

In this article, I'll look at some of the most popular desktop Linux distros for getting work done, along with some software recommendations to make using Linux a smoother process overall. 

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Last modified on Sunday, 18 September 2016 19:11

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