Re: Window 11 Big Problems
Posted by Ken Wood on August 2, 2021, 9:51:38, in reply to "Re: Window 11 Big Problems"
Google's cloud-based Chrome OS is another good alternative to the Windows platform if you spend all your time on the Web. However, it only comes with ChromeBooks, and Google has no plans to release it as a standalone software. Thankfully, the good guys at Neverware built CloudReady OS, which is built on Chromium OS. As many of you would already know, the OS is little more than a glorified Web browser.
However, that's not such a big problem anymore, as you can use Google Docs for writing or working on presentations and spreadsheets, and mail and social media make up for most of the rest of the time that people spend on PCs these days anyway. There's little difference between CloudReady and Chrome OS, so you could even give CloudReady a spin on an old laptop before deciding whether you want to make the plunge and buy a ChromeBook or not.
All the Linux distros, the most user-friendly version is the Mint. Going by its UI, you can say that Linux Mint lives by its motto: "From freedom came elegance." In addition to eye-candy, this distro also boasts of power and stability. It comes bundled with a lot of useful software such as Firefox browser, Thunderbird email client, Gimp photo editing suite, and LibreOffice.
Built into Mint are the MATE, XFCE, and Cinamon desktop environments. The last one is a favourite in terms of design and usability - but all of this can be customised to your liking and it's easy to learn to use. If you are new to the Linux world, Mint is the ideal OS distro for you., Lots to chose from check them out , just ask google for alternatives from Windows, Linux is Ok but limited for programmes, so for me to chose it would be Google Chrome , stick with windows as Win 10 is safer than most of these do not have protection, hope this helps just google the alternatives and read the reviews.