I Do Not Use The Tools I Recommend

Though this sounds hypocritic, it is simply an extension of a well known design best practice. I realize that people who seek advice on Linux distributions and tools are not the same as me. So I end up recommending tools that I personally do not use in every day life. Here is a short list of what I use and what I recommend correspondingly:

It is important to note here that all the tools that I recommend are popular and have good support systems. This helps beginners overcome the early jitters through widely available help or through the active community. Another aspect is that they are simple enough because none of them radically change how those applications are supposed to behave. But if anyone wants to make things any simpler, he/she will have to move to more transparent tools, the ones that I use.

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Abhijit Nadgouda
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