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Old 08. Sep 2019, 07:49 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by danielson View Post

NeptuneOS might very well be the deal breaker for a complete plunge into Linux.
Unlike a lot of other distros a great deal of attention is paid to detail in Neptune before stuff is released making it well produced and very solid. The only one annoying factor I experienced was my wifi connection which would cycle for some time before actually connecting. This though was hardware specific so depending on what card or dongle someone else uses might not be an issue.

Overall though I still prefer ROSA although R11 is based on the 2016 release hence the amount of updates needed. If their new 2019 release is as good (when it's ready) I'll definitely use it. I also like that they release separate ISO's for UEFI and legacy systems so there's rarely any Grub issues.

The two positive reviews here reflect my own feelings.

https://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=rosa
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