At least, different for me.
Variety. It is, as the saying goes, the spice of life. And where can you get more variety than with a Linux distribution?
When I test drive (or do more) with a new Linux distro, I’m usually exposed to some software that might not normally look at. And that’s what happened when I recently installed GalliumOS on my Chromebook in early 2017.
As you may or may not know, GalliumOS is based on Xubuntu. It’s been a while since I’ve used Xubuntu, but I’ve always been a fan of it. Since installing GalliumOS, I’ve started using three small applications that I probably wouldn’t have normally taken a look at otherwise.
Here’s a quick peek at them.