Linux Deepin Review and Why It Is Better Than Elementary and Pop OS
Linux Deepin Review: After having trouble updating Mac OSX 10.13.3 last night, my Linux installation has been wiped out. I had Elementary OS and Ubuntu 17.10 installed on the system as dual-boot with Mac OSX.
Since it’s three OSes, would it be called triple boot?
Nothing is wrong with just having Mac OSX, for me, nothing beat the comfort of using MAC OSX except the way it limits the casual user like me to do any modification (which is not a bad thing at all). So, I looked on my drive to see if there’s any OS I haven’t tried. I got my eyes set on Linux Deepin.
Actually, I’ve tried it before, and make a first look video (I realized this when the logo came on screen).
I guess I fell asleep the last time I installed Deepin, I can’t remember. One thing for sure is, Deepin has the most intuitive (and fun), and perfectly polished installer. I feel almost like actually running it already. No ugly blue screen with ugly fonts! It really gives me the luxury of a no-brainer. Oh… and it has a welcoming theme song! 😀
Linux Deepin Review: What Makes Linux Deepin Better Than Elementary OS and Pop?
Let’s skip the bias thing here (like comparing something too deep and digging the history).
Both Elementary and Pop are both fine-tuned Linux flavors there is today. Both look great. Elementary offers a nice clicking experience, while Pop sometimes encourages its user to do some of the tasks by using command lines. And sometimes that confuses me as a user to determine which to pick and when to do what.
I need to do some homeworks to get something done. And for me that’s irritating.