Jack Wallen gives the latest version of ZorinOS a go and comes away with his mind sufficiently blown and a different opinion on what Linux distributions should be.
In the past 20+ years, I’ve used and tested more Linux distributions than I can remember. Many of those variations on an open-source theme were good. Some of them were very good. A few of them have been great. But only a handful have been truly inspired. Of that long list of distributions, I’d consider the likes of Pop!_OS COSMIC, Deepin Linux, Linux Mint and elementaryOS to be of the inspiring sort.
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And now, I have another distribution to add to that list: ZorinOS 16.
To be perfectly honest, I wasn’t expecting much from this distribution. Yes, it’s impressed…