Once a year we check out some of the top Linux distros to see what has changed. Keep in mind all these distros can be used for reverse engineering and development, however, some are better suited for server work, localized audiences, or enthusiasts of a particular linux branch. Some contain privacy concerns, consume too many resources, don’t offer enough features, or are unstable in some way whether it be lack of package support, desktop environment, or general system functionality. We sought to find the best balance of all of these concerns for a stable, reliable, fast, and well supported distro.
00:01:39 Ubuntu Kylin
00:03:34 Deepin
00:05:12 ElementaryOS
00:07:42 Solus
00:10:30 CentOS
00:12:03 Fedora
00:14:00 Debian
00:15:50 MX Linux
00:19:05 FerenOS
00:21:15 Zorin
00:24:10 Linux Lite
00:26:54 ParrotOS
00:30:20 OpenSuse
00:33:53 EndeavourOS (Arch BTW)
00:36:55 Garuda (Arch BTW)
00:39:41 Manjaro (Arch BTW)
00:42:40 Pop!_OS
00:47:16 Ubuntu
00:53:22 Peppermint
00:57:00 Kali