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actually I'm using an Asus Tuf F15 gaming laptop
specifications are
  • Processor - 11th Gen Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-11400H @ 2.70GHz 2.69 GHz
  • Installed RAM - 16.0 GB (15.7 GB usable)
  • System type - 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor
  • Pen and touch - No pen or touch input is available for this display
  • Graphic card - NVIDIA RTX2050 and Intel(R) UHD graphics
    Storage - 512GB PCIe 3.0 NVMe M.2 SSD expandable using 2x PCIe slots

    I want to get the best linux experience
    and i tried once to install fedora OS myself with the help of some YouTube tutorials.
    I successfully installed but I suffered to install proper latest graphics card driver and faced some lagging issues also.

    so please .....
    1. suggest a beginners level user friendly Linux OS.
    2. provide step by step guide to install the OS.
    3. steps to install the latest graphic card Drivers.
    4. guidelines for the basic operations such as installing software.
    5. give me some tips and tricks to get the best user experience.

    If any furthermore specifications needed I'm ready to provide





 


welcome,
1. suggest a beginners level user friendly Linux OS.
Linux mint LMDE https://www.linuxmint.com/download_lmde.php
MX Linux https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/files/Final/Xfce/MX-23.2_ahs_x64.iso/download

[MX carries more up to date drivers]
2. provide step by step guide to install the OS.

see the link in my signature
3. steps to install the latest graphic card Drivers.
you may or may not need one, until you install a distribution, it is difficult to say
4. guidelines for the basic operations such as installing software.
On Linux, it is recommended you install applications [we dont call it software as such] first from the distribution repository as it will have been tested to work, or from an approved safe source, avoid all third party links
5. give me some tips and tricks to get the best user experience.
you will be on a learning curve how steep you make it is up to you, take your time to learn how Linux works and get familiar with the terminal and some basic instructions, "DONT PANIC" if you get into bother there is plenty of help out there.


so choose and install your Linux, sit back ,kick off your shoes, grab a beer, and enjoy the ride

 
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welcome,

Linux mint LMDE https://www.linuxmint.com/download_lmde.php
MX Linux https://sourceforge.net/projects/mx-linux/files/Final/Xfce/MX-23.2_ahs_x64.iso/download

[MX carries more up to date drivers]


see the link in my signature

you may or may not need one, until you install a distribution, it is difficult to say

On Linux, it is recommended you install applications [we dont call it software as such] first from the distribution repository as it will have been tested to work, or from an approved safe source, avoid all third party links

you will be on a learning curve how steep you make it is up to you, take your time to learn how Linux works and get familiar with the terminal and some basic instructions, "DONT PANIC" if you get into bother there is plenty of help out there.


so choose and install your Linux, sit back ,kick off your shoes, grab a beer, and enjoy the ride

Thank u so much for your wonderful help
 

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