Choosing the right operating system can be difficult when you’re just starting, or even if you’ve been using one OS for years and are ready for something new. Today, we will break down a few of the most popular Linux distros and explains what sets each of them apart from the crowd.
– 4GB RAM – 25GB HD – 2GHz processor – HD graphics card – Either a DVD drive or a USB port for the installer media
– Pentium 4 1.6 GHz or AMD equivalent CPU – 2GB of RAM – 5GB of storage
– 4GB RAM – 100GB of disk space – 64-bit CPU (single core) with 2 GHz speed
– Solid state drive (SSD) with at least 32GB of free space – 4GB of system memory (RAM) – A dual-core 64-bit CPU