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Linux Distros

Linux distributions, also known as "distros," are various versions of the same base system, each tailored to meet different needs and preferences. For example, Ubuntu is very popular because it is easy to use and has lots of help from the community. On the other hand, Arch Linux allows users to customize everything from scratch, giving more control. Whether you are new to computers or an experienced system administrator, there is a Linux distro that is right for your requirements and style of working.