Most of you should already know Raspberry Pi OS as it’s the default operating system for any beginner on Raspberry Pi, but other options are available, and Ubuntu is the most popular among them.
Especially for PC users, if you are used to it on your standard computer, you might be tented to switch to it on Raspberry Pi too. Is it worth it? We’ll take a look at this in this article, I’ve tested both and can share my impressions with you.
Anyway, I compare everything in this video, and you’ll understand how I evaluated these criteria and pick this score for each of them.
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———- Timestamps ———-
1:05 Differences in first boot
2:47 User interface comparison
4:30 Applications (defaults and installation)
7:19 Performances tests
9:30 Final score on each test
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