Lubuntu 11.10 Review: You Don’t Have To Quit Ubuntu

I have been playing with couple of distros in the past week. I tried Linux Mint, Fedora 16 and openSUSE (Gnome as well as KDE). I found each distro to be the leader in its own class. For disclosure, I am a long time Ubuntu user and have been switching between Fedora 16 and openSUSE 12.1 ever since they are out. Apart from a few issues there is no major hurdle that keeps me away from any of these distros.

However, there is no denying the fact that Ubuntu is the most suitable distro for average home users – reason being its support for various hardware (GPUs) and ease of installing devices like printers – which can be a challenge for an average user on openSUSE or Fedora.

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