>>16645>Also what's the best, most beautiful looking Linux rom, i mean distro
The best desktop Linux in terms of interesting new functionality is probably NixOs with KDE
It's still somewhat newbie friendly while also having the reproducible builds feature.
A single config file can contain basically your entire system configuration and that file can be used to reproduce your exact system.
It makes it easy to tinker with your system and roll it back if you screw it up.
Their package manager eliminates the possibility for dependency problems.
The best looking Linux distro depends on your taste.
Garuda Linux probably has the desktop UI with the most aggressive bling and effects.
If you never used any Linux, you are better served with something like Linux Mint.
If you begin with Linux and want to avoid frustration, you should find a blogger or youtuber with lots of tutorials and then basically do all their tutorials. That way you will pick up a lot of Linux know-how with very little emotional damage.
>Are there really any differences in all these distros, like other than UI and some CPU tweaks
Most Linux Distros work more or less the same under the hood but there sometimes are differences
>Is there anything like ASOP that's like pure linux
There are base-distros like Debian or Fedora that serve as the basis for many other distros but there is no "pure linux."
>is DOS open source, what is it and why does it still exist
Freedos is open source, and it's mostly used in virtual machines to run old software.