Quote: Originally Posted by whs
Zorin is an OK distro if you want to do simple things. It does not have the same facilities as e.g. Mint and is also a little buggy. I have a little demo I made:
Having fun with Zorin
I always recommend Mint Mate
as a much better option. Watch my demo on the link and you will see.
Idk, thanks for your input whs. I have tried mint, ubuntu, lubuntu, red hat, fedora, elementary, debian, open suse etc.
Out of the box sure maybe, but you can always get or add those packages. Its based off ubuntu just like mint and ubuntu etc. SO its not like you cannot add those features you want. Mint is based on Debian and Ubuntu, it provides about 30,000 packages so it is no wonder you feel like it can do anything ha. To me that is bloated.
Out of all of them, I liked zorin the best. I did experiance some bugs, but there latest release has been a lot better. Part of it I am sure is cause it looks more like windows 7 and has the features, but I think I like it more as it does things the way I expect it to.
I guess it is kinda hard for me to put it in words.
In the end, that is what makes linux awesome, is there is a LOT of choice and one distro does not suit everyone. You do what works for you.