An Arch-based KDE distro that’s chock full of apps. Shashank Sharma tests what appears to be a winning formula with Deskpro Edition
Rolling release distros are adored and feared in equal measure. A large section of the Linux user community, particularly newbies, believe that these distros are only intended for expert hands. The distros themselves have done little to disabuse people of this belief. Contrary to the popular rolling release model where you’re required to install and setup every single application by yourself, Bluestar Linux, with its large selection of default apps, is ideal for advanced and new users alike.