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The 6 Best Linux Distros to Install on a Mac (Depending on Your Needs)

Believe it or not, Apple hardware is popular with many Linux users. Even longterm Mac users sometimes feel like a change, and while Windows 10 is an option, Linux can also freshen up your workstation.
But with so many different versions of Linux available, it can be difficult to know where to start. The answer will depend on your level of skill, what you value from an OS, and what you’re going to be using your computer for.
So here are some different distributions for the Linux-curious Mac user.
1. Ubuntu
You might call it boring, but Ubuntu is easily the most accessible flavor of Linux out there. The other reason I’m recommending it above all else is that it’s one of the most well-supported versions of Linux in terms of driver support.
For Apple users, that means all of their hardware (including the frequently problematic wireless adapter) should work right out of the box. There’s no need to dig out an Ethernet adapter and hunt across the web for a Wi-Fi driver that works.

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