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    • §ɦṛɛɗɗịɛ ßịⱺ𝔩ⱺɠịᵴŧ
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      6 months ago

      I’d argue for a basic use case most distro’s would work well, right? All come with a browser, a PDF reader, and some word doc/spreadsheet program. I truly hate using windows at school, so I just plug in a USB, restart, and boot from the USB. Otherwise Firefox always needs updating, which results in freezing 1/10 times, and I need to make an adobe account to simply read a PDF.

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        6 months ago

        All come with a browser, a PDF reader, and some word doc/spreadsheet program.

        Strictly speaking, “All” is a bit of a stretch - Arch doesn’t come with any of those by default, neither does Gentoo, or for that matter, nor do any of the minimal/netinstall/server variants of other distros.