This article is the third in a series on Linux-powered gaming that aims to capture the various nuances in setup, as well as uncover potential performance variations between nine different desktop Linux operating systems.
Solus is a fascinating Linux distribution. It’s built from scratch, falls under the category of rolling release and by default ships with the Budgie desktop environment — which was also developed by the Solus Project. Other desktop environment ISOs like Gnome and MATE are available.
Solus, which recently updated to version 4.0, is aimed at home desktop users and Linux beginners. It made a positive first impression on me, so I’ll be covering it outside of this Linux Gaming Report in the near future.
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