The 7 Best Linux Distros of 2012

En They have published an article in which they select the best distributions of Linux in this year 2012. The selection has been made based on the experience and personal opinion of the author of the article.

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The 7 Best Linux Distros of 2012

In the article we can see how a classification of the distributions in 7 categories is made, with a very good argument (you have to know English to understand the article, or use an online translator).

In short, 7 best Linux distributions that are cited in the article are:

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  1.   dub said

    And if my experience is based on Debian ?, I put all the categories to Debian as the winner, the article is very subjective and therefore invalid.

  2.   LED said

    It seems adequate to me but the distributions of the image from Archlinux to xumbuntu, which in this case would be 16 but it would be missing one that here is not the case a BSD like PCBSD my favorite OpenBSD distribution, FreeBSD- Opensolaris for you to stay no partitions

  3.   PC-BSD said

    How hard is PC-BSD hitting! little by little it grows more and more. I love PC-BSD and I hope more people join together to form a really strong and great Hispanic community.

  4.   rkmax said

    I would like to know what they are based on to place Ubuntu as the best distro for Laptops, if since I released 9.10 none of my laptops has ever done well. Right now the least problematic has been Arch Linux since not even Mint is saved from burning