You might already guess from Solus first looks that it is one of (too) many Linux “distribution” out there. Which is quite a kill joy since many reviews claim that Solus is a “built from group-up” distro. Here is how it looks after a few tweaks…
It doesn’t run as smooth as other Linux distros I’ve tried in the same Chromebook that I have. I believed that I chose the minimum package. That’s judging by how many apps it came pre-installed with.
Yes, the video was not accelerated because I uploaded the video directly from the screenshot. And I was being lazy yesterday. >;)
If you have been with me for a while, you might already know that nothing is techie in this website. That’s since I’m contributing this web for end-users such as myself. So, if you’re searching for technical stuff, there are tons of web for it, like the flavor’s official web or even Quora. You can read more about me in the About“ page I haven’t made yet. 😀
My Conclusion After Solus First Looks
I will still keep Solus on my desktop because I love how it looks and somehow it’s attracting me to explore more. It might be my 3rd favorite Linux flavor after elementaryOS and Pop! since both are also have great look but run smoother than Solus.
Or was I hoping too much when I downloaded it yesterday?