ter wrote:My feelings exactly. I have tried as many distributions, and when Mint introduced Gloria, I fell in Love .
Jag wrote:Of course! it has to be Mint.
I have been using GNU/Linux MInt since Elyssa, and as quoted above by others i fell in love with "Gloria". Helena is cool too. This is by far the best Linux Distro which is available.
AND a mention has to be made about LINSPIRE and its free counterpart FREESPIRE.
Freespire though slow (while booting) and its development being discontinued, was the first Distro that provided out of the box multimedia support just like MINT, with an easy installation that runs under 10 to 15 minutes. It had good support for sound cards. And i believe Ubuntu took from where FREESPIRE left, but could'nt provide restricted multimedia support for people not having Internet connections. So their experience of a HOME PC was restricted.
Linux MInt came to me as a surprise!!! I thought it was just another distro, but now i am hooked to it. With a great OS, excellent community support, forums, chat etc, this provides the MUCH NEEDED support for beginners.
Definitely this is the best GNU/Linux Distribution for beginners.
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