Linux for desktop users.

Conventionally,GNU/Linux has always attracted the higher end market comprising of Geeks, nerds, techies, and for a time it was good.

But now, many useful changes are occuring and GNU/Linux is now available as a conventional ‘Desktop OS’, with sleek window managers like KDE, Gnome, Firefox, a good collection of useful software etc. Many end users are now ready to accept GNU/Linux as an alternative to proprietry, expensive software.

Please vote in for the most ‘user friendly’ linux distro available in the market over here –

http://zohopolls.com/harshadjoshi/the-most-user-friendly-linux-distribution-in-the-market

As for now, results are showing ‘Ubuntu’ leading the distro list. I was tempted to add OpenSUSE, but somehow it slipped.

See you there. Your vote can make a difference.. 😉