In the past couple of weeks I have taken a look at two of the more popular Linux operating systems.
Last week I tackled Debian
and before that I tackled openSUSE
This week I am looking at one of the more user friendly operating systems and one a Windows user looking to move to Linux for the first time.might want to try.
PCLinuxOS is aimed at a similar audience to Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Zorin but unlike those operating systems PCLinuxOS is not based on Debian.
So without further ado lets get started.
You can download PCLinuxOS from this link:
I chose the KDE 32 bit desktop version. The machine I chose to install PCLinuxOS on is the Samsung R20. (The same machine that I had previously installed openSUSE and Debian).
I installed the live KDE version to a USB drive using UNetbootin and rebooted the computer.