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Discussion on: Which Linux distro is most stable for daily use?

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pontakornth

Pop OS / Ubuntu is quite stable. If you desire more stability, Debian would be better choice.

If you like to config and customize, Arch Linux is great for you. It's stable and have useful wiki and AUR.

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David Aldridge

I found that switching my Pop OS/Ubuntu to KDE instead of Gnome made it much more usable.

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pontakornth

Great. I use BSPWM because I have potato computer. I actually want to use i3-gaps but installation is difficult. I either need to download from PPA which can be outdated or dangerous or compile it myself which can lead to difficulty to upgrade.