Ubuntu is the best Linux desktop in 2017
LinuxQuestions.org has conducted a survey of Linux users before, including the Linux version of their favorite, or their favorite game on the Linux platform, and in February released the results of a survey of Linux users. About 10,000 people participated in this survey. The hottest Linux desktop version of 2017 won 18.17% of the vote from Ubuntu. Linux Mint ranked second with 18.02% of votes, Slackware ranked 16.79% Third, higher than the fourth Debian’s 12.82%.
Slackware, ranked third in the desktop version, won the first place in the annual Linux server version with 22.40% of the vote, but the second and third places also had very close votes at 21.86% CentOS and 19.67% respectively % Debian Stable.
Lightweight Linux for older hardware, the best of the year for Puppy Linux with 29.75% of the vote. Followed by 27.27% antiX.
The desktop environment by Plasma Desktop (KDE) won 27.83%, Xfce second place with a slight gap (23.55%), third place Gnome Shell only 11.31%, and the big difference between the runner-up.