OpenSUSE is a community driven Linux distribution, based on the SUSE Linux Enterprise product released by Novel. As well as the standard distribution, you can also create a custom distribution using SUSE Studio, which is a free online tool used to create specialized Linux appliances.
OpenSUSE goes against a recent trend in other popular Linux distributions by including KDE, GNOME, Xfce and LXDE in the default distribution, giving end users the choice of the more popular desktop environments.
In this guide you will find reviews of the openSUSE operating system, as well as articles showing you how to download and use openSUSE on your own PC.
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