And why? Mine is Mint. It's easy to use and it's relatively light-weight.

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[–] scoreless 2 points

Void, Endeavour and Mint are my favorites, in that order.

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[–] freeBread 1 point

What is void like?

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[–] Anonymous d201608a 1 point

It's pretty simple, but you will have to setup and configure a few things.

The xfce live image its working out of the box but it's pretty basic

so I recommend to install the base and configure everything yourself with what ever DE and/or WM you like.

After that you pretty much update every now and then and you never have to think about it, the only problem is

because it's a small distro with few maintainers sometimes updates can come slow to some not very popular packages.

Definitely not recommended for beginners or for people who are afraid to configure their own system.

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[–] freeBread 1 point

I see. Thanks for the info!

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[–] Anonymous 7a32a339 2 points

Mint too

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[–] anonymous234 1 point

I've only tried ubuntu and Arch, which I've been running since almost the beginning of this year. Arch sometimes gives me issues, but nothing too complicated, so overall I feel no need to switch.

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