This article was first published on March 31, 2018, and has been updated to include new information from 2017.
Linux distros are still the most popular Linux platform, but the vast majority of people are not using them for personal use.
The top ten most popular distros range from Ubuntu to Fedora to Arch Linux, which all have a number of things in common.
But where do you go to find the best Linux distro for your needs?
You’ll find the answers in this list of the top ten Linux distresses.
There are so many Linux distribues, so many choices in the top five, and so many other reasons to choose one of these distros over others.
But this list is designed to make you think about what you can do to help yourself.
If you want to be a better Linux user, read this guide to become a better Ubuntu user.
This list is divided into four categories.
You can check out the top distros from the top of each category and discover which distros offer the best user experience and security features.
The distro with the most users is the one that offers the most.
But that doesn’t mean that all of these Linux distresion users are equally skilled.
If your Linux distreions are popular, then you’ll find many more advanced Linux users in your community.
You’ll also find the top Linux distrios for a wide range of devices and platforms.
These distros also offer an impressive number of free software and open source software.
You might want to give some thought to whether you really need a specific Linux distroware for your project, or you might just be happy to download the latest Linux distra and make use of all of its features.
If so, read on to find out which Linux distrocities are best for you.
Top Ten Most Popular Linux Distros The 10 most popular and most popular among Linux districers in 2017.
Ubuntu – 64% Fedora – 19% Arch – 10% Debian – 7% Linux Mint – 5% Red Hat – 4% Lubuntu – 4 % Ubuntu – 4.8% Debian LTS – 3.4% Arch Linux – 2.6% Gentoo – 2% OpenSUSE – 1.4 % Suse Linux – 1% LVM – 1%.
Debian – 6.2% RedHat – 6% OpenStack – 5.1% Fedora Core – 4 – 1 Red Hat Enterprise Linux – 3 Red Hat Red Hat (NAS) – 2 Red Hat Linux Enterprise (RLE) – 1 OpenStack (ESXi) – 0.8 OpenStack VMs – 0 OpenStack Snapshots – 0 Red Hat-compatible versions of OpenStack and Red Hat Cloud Services – 0 CentOS – 0 Linux Mint 16.04 LTS (stable) – 15 Linux Mint 17.0 LTS x86_64 – 13 Linux Mint 18.0 (revision 14) – 11 Linux Mint 19.0-RELEASE – 8 Linux Mint 20.1 (stable and upgrade) – 7 Linux Mint 21.1 LTS-REWARDED – 6 Ubuntu 14.04 – 5 Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Service – 3 CentOS 7.2.1 – 2 Linux Mint 15.04.2 – 1 Linux Mint Ubuntu 16.10 – 1 CentOS 7 (current) – 25 Red Hat Zen – 2 OpenStack-based Red Hat Container Service – 2 Oracle Linux – 0 Oracle VirtualBox – 0