Linux is for non-wannabe wannabes
u know u can just change the desktop right
Arch is awesome but hard for novice. DE isnt depend on distro, GNOME and KDE usually avaliable. KDE is much better than GNOME imo.
Open Mandriva. I was about to throw my laptop over the window with that shit.
Go mint with cinammon or xfce
arch + i3 best
i3 is just the window manager without most DE features, so pretty much as light as it gets. Use cli to configure everything, instead of DE features.
Ubuntu budgie, looks really nice and not as resource heavy as gnome.
Everything is exact same as ubuntu, just a different desktop environment
Just get some debian based distro with xfce or MATE desktop if you don't wanna use GNOME.
stopped at macbook air NT
It uses xfce instead of gnome
Arch + LXDE or CrunchBang++.
You will use the computer for education purposes, in addition to surfing the internet, in this cases ok, but play low-spec indie games in Linux? I think this kind of games does not have support for Linux or am I wrong?
I had used Ubuntu MATE for 2 months as my basic OS back in 2017 and I still think it's pretty good OS, maybe you should try it?
inb4 I switched back to windows cuz of DX12, OpenGL sucks
edit: it has a very good customization, you can make it look pretty similar to windows in terms of desktop, taskbars etc.
> csgo forum
cmon, go reddit
Go with a distro with XFCE, it's not resource heavy, and pretty customizable. If you're sorta new with Linux distros, I'd recommend going with Ubuntu. If you're mentally challenged, you could go with a rolling release distro, such as Arch, and having a headache not only with its install, as well as with dependencies breaking all the fucking time.