So I'm really new to Linux in general, less than 1 year exp. My main distro is Ubuntu Mate and Linux Mint, but I also run Ubuntu vanilla. Been looking for a non Ubuntu-based distro, just in case Mark Shuttleworth finally decides to sell Canonical to M$.
I've tried Manjaro and Antergos, both are problematic for new users - especially when you don't know about EFI management and bootloader troubleshooting - even though it's the easiest Arch-based linux. I finally settled on Solus, because, it's easy installation, it looks good, it works, it has spotify, vlc, kdenlive and audacity. I read that Steam works too as well as games from GOG, I'm looking forward to testing that out.
As you might've already guessed, I'm just a peasant normie who hates Microsoft and wants a distribution that is as far away from M$' grubby hands as possible. And as a normie, Solus - so far - seems like the most viable alternative. Looking forward to see it's growth.
Good work Ikey Doherty.