Top 7: What is the Most Beautiful Linux Distribution?

Sometimes, many users look for the most beautiful Linux distribution, and the truth is that there are many Linux distributions that are really beautiful in terms of desktop environment, themes, and overall aesthetics. If you are one of those who get carried away by appearances, choose the best distributions; you can see here a list with the 7+1 most striking distributions:

Garuda Linux

Garuda Linux is based on Arch Linux. Although it is a relatively new distribution, it offers a very good experience and is not complicated, and comes with everything you need to get started. You can download it with KDE Plasma and GNOME desktop environments, as well as a variety of different window manager editions.


OS eXtern

The next distribution is not very well-known, but it is a very visually pleasing operating system. OS eXtern is a system that was maintained until recently, even though the latest news in December was that they needed staff in the community, and its development has somewhat slowed down.


Zorin OS

Zorin OS is another of the most beautiful Linux distributions, and is among the most popular. It was launched in 2008 and after a long development, it has managed to be a fantastic alternative to Windows due to its appearance. It is based on Ubuntu, it is well-supported, it is stable, the user experience is very polished, it is solid and it comes with the WINE compatibility layer by default for installing Windows software.


Solus OS

Solus OS wanted to differentiate itself from the rest of the distributions precisely because of its appearance, with a minimalist, modern, and simple approach. All this thanks to the increasingly popular Budgie desktop environment. It is based on GNOME, but does not include its shell. Moreover, it is based on Ubuntu and includes a ton of development tools, so it can be ideal for developers.

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Solus OS

Feren OS

The next beautiful operating system is Feren OS, a distribution based on Linux Mint with a modified Cinnamon environment. The modifications aim to improve the experience and aesthetics, for users coming from Windows or macOS. Additionally, it has an intuitive Windows-like start menu and taskbar, its Theme Changer tool allows you to quickly and easily change settings, background, icons, etc., and offers other innovative solutions.


elementary OS

Of course, in a list of beautiful Linux distributions, ElementaryOS could not be missed. A system based on Ubuntu and with a desktop environment called Pantheon with similarities to macOS. It is lightweight and efficient, and the experience it offers is very well thought out, so it can also be suitable for beginners.



In China, another distribution among those that have had an impact due to its visual appearance has also been developed. It is Deepin, with its own desktop called DDE or Deepin Desktop Environment, which is very minimalist and attractive. A pleasant and easy-to-use environment, in addition to coming with Deepin Store, a store of its own applications in which compatible Android applications have also started to be included.


BONUS: Chrome OS


Finally, as a bonus, there is also Chrome OS, a Linux operating system by Google which, although it cannot be considered a GNU/Linux distribution like the others, is another nice system to take into account. It is based on Gentoo and is compatible with native Android and Web applications. It is very robust, secure, and stable, and seamlessly integrates cloud services (with synchronization).

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Mohamed SAKHRI
Mohamed SAKHRI

I'm the creator and editor-in-chief of Tech To Geek. Through this little blog, I share with you my passion for technology. I specialize in various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android, focusing on providing practical and valuable guides.

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