Not only the Enterprise version of SuSE, but also the personal (free) OS. Allows you to be very productive. As the desktop PC world has shifted more and more to online, web-based software, Linux has become easier to use
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As long as you have a recently purchased PC, installing either version will make you see no need for Windows neither Mac OS.
- Most Linux distributions include Mozilla Firefox as the default web browser. Google also offers an official version of Google Chrome for Linux, and you can even get an “unbranded” open-source version of Chrome named Chromium.
- Adobe Flash has become less common on the web but is also available for Linux .
- LibreOffice instead od MS-Office? (You can also access Office Online in a web browser for free.)
- Instead of Microsoft Outlook you can use Mozilla Thunderbird.
- Photoshop for Linux is inexistent, but you can use GIMP as an image editor. Linux distributions often include other media tools like the Shotwell photo manager and PiTiVi video editor.
The best? Most of the Apps you can install on SuSE are completely free.
Botom line: whether you use the Enterprise version of SuSE or the personal (free) OS. You will be able to be very productive.