After reviewing the best alternatives to the Play Store for Android, let’s move away from the smartphone for a second to find out what to install instead of Windows on an older PC, such as an old notebook.
When you think of the classic “forklift” the association with Linux it’s almost spontaneous. Among the numerous distributions of the popular penguin operating system, however, choosing at random may not be a very good idea.
Extricating yourself from the various alternatives is not easy if you are unfamiliar with this world and certainly looking for feedback from friends or experts could be a good idea. Our advice is to narrow the field to some of the simplest and most intuitive ones, especially if you are a beginner. The best names to start with are definitely those of ubuntuwhich boasts one of the best support and a long history of development, and Linux Mint, which boasts a very active and industrious community. Both are systems with a simple and intuitive graphical interface that allows you to carry out daily operations with simplicity.
If you like adventure, you might want to give a more “soft” operating system a shot as well.exotic“. We are talking about Chrome Flex, derived directly from ChromeOS and which like the latter offers a very cloud-oriented experience. Many of the more advanced operations can be performed both online and offline but the real gem are probably the requirements, since it takes very little to be able to start it correctly (at the moment there are several hundred verified devices, which you can check in the dedicated page). The installation is simple and guided: a USB stick is enough to complete it correctly. However, compared to ChromeOS, on Chrome Flex there is still no possibility to use the Play Storea feature still exclusive to a specific circle of devices.