Over the years, I’ve found that trying to select the best Linux desktop environment is almost an impossible task. There are oodles of considerations, ranging from level of user experience to individual user preferences. Despite these challenges, there are some solid considerations we can evaluate individually.
In this article, I’m going to hit on a number of Linux desktop environments. I’ll look at what about them is appealing and why folks are inclined to think of them as “best” over other alternatives. (Read the rest at Datamation)