I tried about twenty distros over the years. Most are not useful for newbies and Windows expats. The only ones I found that were reasonably easy to figure out was MX Linux, Linux Mint, TAILS, and Kodachi Linux. I did not try Ubuntu or Deepin due to the privacy concerns, but many claim they are easy to use. My pick of the litter was MX Linux. Check out the YouTube reviews first, then the written reviews before you go to the trouble of downloading any distro, or buying a CD on eBay. Once you have a CD, most are LiveCds, so you can test drive before you actually install.Ok Linux Lovers. I have been thinking about trying out a new OS. I have heard lots about two of them. Linux mint- cinnamon- 64 bit. The other one i am thinking of trying is Feron OS. Its built off the Mint-Cinnamon OS. Think i would try mint first and if i don't like it then the Feron OS and see if i like it better. Anyone using these?? Any others that would be a good one for a windows old-timer?