Linux mint vs openSUSE vs ubuntu vs fedora vs Archbang
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Depends if you are looking for dirvers for GFX and Wlan or not (if you are, than look for archbang, crunchbang and mint)
If you want fast sistem than choose archbang and avoid Ubuntu and Mint.
If you want plenty of features look for Ubuntu and Mint.
somethink like that, first, check what is working on your computer.
It depends on why you want to shift. If you want to stay with KDE, you might like OpenSUSE or Fedora. If you want something lighter, Archbang is good but not beginner-friendly. For what it's worth, in my reviews I rated them out of 10: Fedora 7, Ubuntu 4, OpenSUSE 6, Linux Mint 9, Archbang 6. http://www.linuxquestions.org/reviews/index.php/cat/2