since yesterday I'm looking for new Linux distro for me. My criteria:
1. Distro used in corporation (not Debian based). I've used Ubuntu for several years, but it looks they mostly use RPM based distributions. I'd like to be more Pro
And what is annoying in Ubuntu, that they shove up more and more commercial software. Or that $$$ on download website... wrrrrrr
2. I'm beginner in C, C++, Java and Python programming. I think that any Linux based OS is good for programmers, but e.g. I heard opinions that Fedora is one of the most useful.
3. It will be installed on my notebook. Although there is many negative opinions about Unity in Ubuntu, I'm used to it and I think it looks really great and neat. Maybe it is strange, but I'd like good-looking distro
My first impression from black Gnome topbar or clunky default look of KDE is not good. I'm rather used to topbars like in Ubuntu, MacOS, not to bottombars like Windows. I know I could install some addons, but where does it work good enough? Where it is good enough merged with OS, comparable to native solutions?
Could you help me with this choice?
I know I should try myself. I reviewed some Youtube presentations, I read some articles and finally I decided to try Fedora. But its stability... I hoped to go through the installation process at least without problems. But already there I met first bug :/