Discussion in 'Linux & Open Source' started by Edward78, Apr 17, 2017.
Is one better, the site doesn't have a features list???
Not sure if one is any better than the other, it'll depend entirely on what you want out of your OS. Zorin has a Windows-like desktop option as well as as a more GNOME3 type of layout. PlayOnLinux is preinstalled for running Windows-compatible software. It's basically supposed to be a setup that eases people used to Windows into using a Linux OS.
I've used older versions of Zorin before, and it was alright as a general purpose OS. But then, so is Mint. And Ubuntu. And Debian. And Solus, Fedora, Arch, Bodhi...
You could always try each in a VM before you think about hopping distros.
I loved Zorin when I tried it out.
But, for some reason or another, I can only get steam, to run properly under MINT 17.3 ( Mint 18 doesnt like steam on my TuxBox for some reason )
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