Latest Changes
Nov 15, 2018
Windows Edition
I am not running Windows
Version or Build no.
OpenSuse Leap
System type
64-bit operating system; x64-based processor
Security Updates
Automatic Updates (recommended)
User Access Control
Not applicable for non-Windows OS
Network Security (Firewall)
Firewall app for Linux
User Account
Standard
Sign-in Accounts
Malware Testing
I do not participate in downloading malware samples
Real-time Web & Malware Protection
No
RTP - Custom security settings
  • Major changes for Better performance
  • Virus and Malware Removal Tools
    No
    Browsers and Extensions
    Chromium
    Privacy-focused Apps and Extensions
    PiHole
    Password Managers
  • Keepass
  • Web Search
  • Searx
  • System Utilities
    htop
    Data Backup
    TimeShift
    Frequency of Data backups
    Weekly
    System Backup
    TimeShift
    Frequency of System backups
    Regularly

    AriDfoix

    Level 3
    Well, there is a reduced list of apps shipped with inside the XFCE, some other distros have a much bigger set of default apps, RAM usage on this laptop is below 400 MB on idle; the nice and bad thing is that we have a channel, "common with Arch" called AUR that cover pretty well other needs not present, drivers for printer, software...

    Is what I wanted to do for this laptop, I was mainly using browser on it and pretty easy to find Chromium or Vivaldi...

    Because has dual graphics, I needed to research a bit how to enable the NVIDIA; before trying this I tried two other distro on that laptop, but had some problems...

    I will be honest with you, the problem of rolling release distros, is that sometime they break, Manjaro is not Arch Linux, had is questionable security issues in the past, but I want take sometime to learn more about this.

    Also, lately opensource software make me change many things in how I configure Windows, that this thing is a benefit for my knowledge.

    :p

    On a side channel, I am testing two distros right now, this one and MX-Linux on another laptop I have, also MX has XFCE but is custom, and based on Debian...

    What I mainly want do is have a Linux VM, more than one on my main Windows Desktop, and other Windows VM on Linux laptops.
     

    AriDfoix

    Level 3
    Given a different OS a new testing period, and I am finding myself really well with OpenSuse Leap; there is professional support coming from SuseEnterprise inside Leap, I am really enjoying :)