We all know that if there are operating systems that are considered safe then Linux is one of them. Hence, today we have created a list in which we mentioned all the popular Linux distros of 2018.
Top 10 Most Popular Linux Distributions Of 2018
As the year 2016 comes to an end, it’s time to find out which Linux distributions are most popular. However, the news of the Linux world at the Desktop level was not very surprising, while in the segment of Internet of Things and Cloud, Linux has been one of the systems in the spotlight.
So, today we are going to know the most popular GNU / Linux distributions in 2016. So, let’s get started:-
01 – Mint
Linux Mint continues to be the most popular Linux distribution in the world. Features such as simplicity, elegance, and support make this distribution a success story.
02 – Debian
Debian (Ubuntu base and other known distributions) was undoubtedly one of the systems that marked the year 2013 and has been gaining more and more popularity. This is a very stable, clean and fairly fluid distribution.
03 – Ubuntu
With millions of users around the world, Ubuntu is the third most popular operating system in the world. This GNU / Linux distribution has already been the most popular in the world and has gained in recent years some (small) improvements.
The openSUSE project is a community project sponsored by Novell. By promoting the use of Linux everywhere, openSUSE.org provides one of the most commonly used Linux versions openSUSE for free. The openSUSE project aims to give programmers and Linux enthusiasts the best working tools with a very attractive interface.
05 – Manjaro
The Manjaro Linux is one of the most beautiful distributions, which facilitates the “input” of users in the world of Arch Linux. It is a rolling distro and has full compatibility with Arch repository (AUR – Arch User Repository).
06 – elementary OS
The elementary OS is a distribution based on Ubuntu and targeted to desktops. Although not very popular (only three versions so far – Jupiter, Luna and now Freya), this distribution has a fantastic look and feel, guarantees a good performance and is quite stable.
07 – Fedora
Fedora is a distribution sponsored by RedHat and is very popular for including features and technologies that are not seen in other distributions. Fedora is fast, stable and powerful operating system for daily use, built by a community worldwide. Currently, Fedora goes in version 25.
08 – ZorinOS
Zorin OS is one of those Linux distributions that stands out more than others for having some innovations and for looking very similar to Windows. Zorin OS brings to a working graphical environment for the Zorin Desktop.
09 – CentOS
The CentOS (Community Enterprise Operating System) is an Enterprise-class Linux distribution, source code-based freely distributed by Red Hat and maintained by the CentOS project. For those who need stability, this is the ideal operating system.
10 – Manjaro
With a completely elegant and innovative look, the Deepin project from China continues to show that it could be a great alternative to popular Windows. This Linux distribution is based on Debian and comes with a very elegant, efficient and simplified graphical environment called Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE) – it looks like a mixed Windows with Mac OS.
So, these are the ten most popular Linux distributions in the world. Most of them go to Desktops, but there are some that are very popular in the world of servers, as is the case with CentOS.