Shared April 8, 2020
Today we will look at two popular distros, both based on Ubuntu. PopOS was designed by System76 for their computers and features a ton of behind the scenes modifications for stability. Linux Mint is the go-to choice for new Linux users because of the stability and simplicity.
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