In this video, You’ll be seeing the top 6 best Linux distributions for students which are fast, have the tech that gives them an edge over others and are highly dependable. Then I’ll answer if you can really use Linux in schools and colleges, where everybody else is using either Windows or macOS.
I myself hopped from one distro to another until I found some of the best distros that are highly advantageous for the student lifestyle.
In this video, I’ll be focusing on 6 amazing distros which have the least setup hassle as I don’t want students to waste their time on setup, distros which also have huge repositories of ready to install software and are downright impressive as far as looks are concerned. You do want Your friends to say “Woah, what OS is that” when they look at Your PC screen. In the end, I’ll share my experience of using Linux throughout college where everybody else including my professors used Windows.

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42 Comments

Djordje Djordjevic

May 16, 2020

Bravo, very nice topic and will covered!
So glad that I find somebody else who have the same feeling about Zorin OS. 🙂
If you continue producing videos like recent ones, we could say that your channel is underrated also, at least when we look at the number of current subscribers.
Keep the good work man! 😉

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Rahul Bhatia

May 16, 2020

as a power Microsoft office user, it is the only thing why I don't shift to Linux

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Kunal Naskar

May 16, 2020

Thank you for making easy to understand videos to help us in Linux.

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슬옹Engunto

May 16, 2020

I went all the way through college using Linux. It can be done but it does require you to be very willing to learn open source software so as to fool users of proprietary software that you're using those apps like MS Word and LibreOffice Writer for example.

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Mateusz Platek

May 16, 2020

Can You get the link ti the first wallpaper?

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Abhay

May 16, 2020

I liked all !

I LOVE LINUX!!!¡

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Ordnajela Zeugirdor

May 16, 2020

I got a kernel panic on zorin os the second day and there are very few programs for arch linux

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Marc McRae

May 16, 2020

Kudos to you friend..great share, well laid video content. Thanks for sharing! Linux rocks!!

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greenbull

May 16, 2020

i got suscribed because of this video, nice, do you have a top for developing?

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That cool Gamer

May 16, 2020

I love linux mint

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Byron Joseph Hallar

May 16, 2020

I particularly love Zorin' Settings app. Simple, well-organized and to the point. So unlike the convoluted mess that is Windows 10's Settings.

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Aditya Kumar Singh

May 16, 2020

Which if these is the most lightweight OS? I have a 6 years old 2GB RAM system. I have been using Linux lite for some time and wish to change my os.. what is the best alternative? Mainly be using for day to day stuff nothing hardcore.. thanks in advance!

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Mira Smit

May 16, 2020

Pop OS for the win

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Zaori

May 16, 2020

I am using Linux Mint 18.3 for a year now and it is so damn stable. The only thing that crashes from time to time is Nemo. But i really like Nemo so it stays. Everytime i try Manjaro for work it crashes really hard at some time. I wait until Manjaro 22 comes out 😉

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K S

May 16, 2020

OpenSUSE top

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Thunderbolt Studio

May 16, 2020

using elementary os 5.1.. wonderful distro and I like your voice.. 🙂
lov from Karachi, Pakistan.

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Why I'm Dumb??

May 16, 2020

My College laptop is Acer netbook and I use lubuntu

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Do DOS

May 16, 2020

Тyпoй индyc.

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Super Havoc

May 16, 2020

On a 720p display everything looks shit

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Edwin Feliz

May 16, 2020

LOL!

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Hanro50

May 16, 2020

My options are between:
Opensuse
(missing key packages)
Linux mint
(lts base becoming stale)
Ubuntu
(+Flavours. Mixed opinions)
Linux from scratch
(The 'last modified' dates aren't promising)
Debian
(A little… stale in terms of software)
Fedora
(Doesn't like binding to uni repositories)
Freedos
(I need a GUI)

I need something that runs of repositories provided by my university…or else I need to pay to download uodates.

Atm I'm enjoying Kubuntu 19.10 atm with a few modifications. I've added mint's repositories for instance…as I like mintupdate.

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darshan Negi

May 16, 2020

Hey how do you solve this problem in Elementary OS "you don't have the permission to change the location". Its irritating me 3-4 months.. Any solution. Using dual boot

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Gabriel Santos

May 16, 2020

deepin is a awesome distro

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blram saha

May 16, 2020

The only problem i find using linux is that it doesn't come pre installed with some important networking drivers needed for establishing internet connectivity using a usb data cable with a smartphone!!

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swaminathan raju

May 16, 2020

I am using Linux all version from more than 10 years.but Linux user definitely should learn commands. It is not same as window software. In my experience, mint is always for school children.ubuntu is for professional. zorin is for newcomers from window software.

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Logan T

May 16, 2020

KDE Plasma ftw!

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tridev Samanta

May 16, 2020

Another great part of elementary os is "THERE IS NO MINIMISE BUTTON".

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தமிழன்டா!!!

May 16, 2020

Frankly zorin os is way far better than windows

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DSM

May 16, 2020

I prefere Kde Neon

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thelongslowgoodbye

May 16, 2020

I wouldn't exactly call Manjaro or Arch as dependable. Especially when compared to other distros like Fedora.

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TheJooomes

May 16, 2020

After a year and a half of running linux, I've settled down in Fedora Workstation, it just works the best for me.

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_ KuM_aRe_SaN _

May 16, 2020

SUBSCRIBED👍🏼

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TheUnconventionalDeal

May 16, 2020

I've been using Linux for school for years, it doesn't update for 16 hours or force an update when you are doing a timed test online. 🤔

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Sebastian Tello

May 16, 2020

Can someone give me some advices? I'm a windows laptop user, low specs (Lenovo, 4gb ram, 500gb HDD, and A4, bought brand new in 2019). I use this laptop in my college (law school) only for reading, writing and web browsing. Also I connect it with an HDMI to my TV when I want to watch some movies.

As a low-specs laptop for that kind of usage, would you recommend switching to Lunix? Wich one would be the best? (I have almost 0 knowledge about computers so yeah)
Thanks in advance

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Vintage

May 16, 2020

Don't see any instructions for Nvidia driverrs in description…

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Felipe Flores

May 16, 2020

Students are smart, they will adapt to any OS and make better use of them than us, what makes better use for anyone is the right applications to do tasks.

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Natas Selur

May 16, 2020

Please slow your speech down. It is hard to understand you when you slur one word into another due to speaking so quickly. Slow it down dude!

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PJFSr

May 16, 2020

I use Ubuntu, it just damn works out of the box.
Manjaro, mint, etc all had hiccups in installations or in drivers when trying them, Manjaro had problems for days then I said no, went back to Ubuntu upped it to 18.04 EVERYTHING WORKED, nothing special to do, I just remove what I don't use and add what I do.

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Owais Kamal

May 16, 2020

Linux needs more software (i mean good quality ones and not the knock-offs) and it will be the ultimate platform. and Linux software needs be on the same page, from what i have heard some distro applications don't work as smoothly on the other.

as limited as windows is, at-least it has all the good software plus there aren't thousands of versions so compatibility isn't an issue

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Petar Kresoja

May 16, 2020

Solus 4 is the way for me, has Phycharm and IntelliJ idea as well as chrome, thats all i need

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Srinjoy Mukherjee

May 16, 2020

Great video.I myself am trying to get into linux. Thanks .Btw have you tried pop!_os .Heard its great.Would love to get a review on that.

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Airplanes

May 16, 2020

The best Linux/Unix is Mac OS X

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