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  • The name of the most popular Linux distribution has become known


    In addition to fans of Windows and macOS operating systems, there is an audience of users who remain loyal to free Linux. Popular resource Linux-Hardware has published a rating of the most popular distributions of this OS over the past five years.

    The name of the most popular Linux distribution has become known

    Despite the transition of accessory manufacturers to the 64-bit platform, 32-bit assemblies are still popular in the Linux environment, accounting for 8% of all installations. Thanks to such OS versions it is possible to force to work the equipment for which there are no drivers under the 64-bit version of systems.

    The most popular distribution is Ubuntu. It accounts for more than 40% of installations: 27.6% on Ubuntu 18.04 and 13.2% on Ubuntu 19.10. The second line is occupied by Rosa R11 (12.8%), and Mint closes the top three (9.5%).

    The name of the most popular Linux distribution has become known

    One of the most commonly used graphical environments recognized GNOME (30.19%). In second place in popularity is KDE5 (14.42%). As a display manager, Linux fans choose X11.

    According to previously published statistics, today Linux accounts for about 1.61% of computers. Microsoft remains the most popular system with a share of 75.47%. On the second line is the OS from Apple.


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