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Ubuntu 17.10
With a few recommended tweaks and extensions to Ubuntu 17.10, the future looks bright for the Ubuntu Linux desktop.

Ubuntu 17.10: Back to a GNOME Future

It would have been impossible to avoid hearing that Canonical has decided to shift their flagship product away from their in-house Unity desktop back to an old friend: GNOME. You may remember that desktop — the one that so many abandoned after the shift from 2.x to 3.x. A few years later, GNOME 3...
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Antergos Linux
Antergos Linux: Always fresh, never frozen, according to the website. An impressive choice, according to Jack Wallen.

Antergos: User-Friendly Desktop, Fueled by the Power of Arch

Over the years, Arch Linux has had the misfortune of being maligned as one of the more challenging modern Linux distributions. That’s a shame, because Arch Linux is one of the most solid distributions you’ll find. Nonetheless, new users finding their way over to the official Arch Linux installation...
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Litebook Launches $249 Linux Laptop

A company called Litebook has released a new Linux laptop that is priced to compete with Chromebooks -- if not as cheap as the $89 Pinebook. That's because the Pinebook is bare-boned when it comes to specs, using an ARM CPU, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of built-in storage. The Litebook, on the other hand...
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KaOS
Jack Wallen says the bits and pieces that come together for KaOS make it the single best KDE-based distribution he has ever used.

KaOS Brings Serious Relevance Back to KDE

I have to confess, KDE has never succeeded in winning me over. During its 3.x days, I found it too much like Windows. When it finally shifted to the next iteration (4.x, aka Plasma), I thought the new additions were interesting, but, as a whole, the platform suffered from serious stability issues....
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Linus Torvalds Releases Linux Kernel 4.7 RC3 with a Fix for an NFS Issue

It's Sunday, again, so Linus Torvalds has announced the general availability of a new RC (Release Candidate) build of the upcoming Linux 4.7 kernel, which users can take for a test drive as we speak. Linux 4.7-rc3 is the third Release Candidate version in the development cycle of Linux kernel 4.7,...
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