have to agree with Dynamic_Gravity, Fedora is not for faint hearted or nubes
I have tried Fedora several times. Even tried the Kororra fork.
overall impression is good but when you try running it for a bit all hidden “gems” come out to play.
that said, I am not a big gamer, so your needs may greatly
and over differ than mine. thus except for gaming, Linux Mint 17 and over works very very well for me.
I have been running Mint 17.0 / 17.1 / 17.2 and now 17.3 on my main PC at home for the last 8+ years. I believe I started with 16 and move up. very rarely do I have to fix anything.
it’s all “just works” , sounds familiar right ,
the only issues I ever had are:
#1. Printer support. some printers work better than others, some a big pain in the … to install and use.
HP mostly works but very terrible mfg support.
best support I found so far are Brother printers except install is via CLI script for best setup. that is my biggest issue as I hate CLI.
#2. sometimes have issues mounting removable storage. works most of the time but on some occasion simply refuse to mount the drive. have to drop to CLI. but rarely enough to be annoying but not a big issue.
#3. related to #2 but using smartphone. some time works ok , some time will not see the phone storage at all.
#4 is related to #3 as in tools to work with smartphone are mostly Windows based. and no alternative for Linux exists or
they are not as easy to use as windows based.
other than that I love using Linux in comparison to windows.