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Is Linux the best operating system?
GNU/Linux (colloquially, "Linux") is the best operating system.
There is considerably more stability on Linux than other platforms.
Linux is the
operating system in the world and was thus selected best operating system by the majority of specialists.
GNU/Linux Distributions and the software they offer respects your privacy and doesn't collect data about you.
Linux inherits from the "
Do One Thing and Do it Well
" philosophy which allows a collection of simple tools to efficiently solve problems that would be extremely time consuming on other systems (e.g. mass file manipulation).
Linux is free and open-source (FOSS).
Linux can run on significantly fewer resources (CPU speed, RAM, storage) than alternatives.
Some irreplaceable software is only available for Linux.
Linux provides better native support for
The user has control over essentially everything on Linux.
Linux is the safest operating system.
Linux makes the work of a developer far easier.
Microsoft Windows is the
most widespread platform
on desktops and laptops for both office and home use, hence proving by adoption that Linux is not the best operating system.
Microsoft is generally pre-installed. Changing it costs time.
Linux is not a user friendly operating system. Hence it cannot be the best.
Linux users, on average, have a worse experience playing games, than Windows users.
Support for Linux can be limited.
Some software isn't available for Linux and can't be run with Wine or Mono.
Users all have individual wants and needs. What is best for one user may not be best for another.
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