Yes and No.OpenSuse uses RPM correct?
The standard is KDE - I do not know of an alternative, although I could be mistaken (happens every 100 years or so ). I would be surprised if there was not a spin somewhere, with alternatives DEs. Gecko which is based on openSUSE has MATE and Budgie, amongst others. I have the MATE as well.Which DE do you use for OpenSuse?
I might forget it in a century or so, my memory is not what it was the Millennium before lastAnd I will NEVER live that down I see
Hahaha! It looks like GNOME and KDE are their flagship distros! From what I can see Manjaro has the most up to date Plasma Desktop.The standard is KDE - I do not know of an alternative, although I could be mistaken (happens every 100 years or so ).
Thanks for the warning! I did not know that. I sold my problematic NVIDIA containing laptop a few weeks ago and replaced it with a Lenovo X! carbon, 8th gen i5 and I am in the process of setting things up. I am going to drop a 1 TB SSD in it soon so this is the time to experiment. Currently I am running Manjaro Cinnamon and Manjaro KDE. With 1 TB of real estate I'd like to populate with a bit more variety.Be aware, too that openSUSE is one of very few Linux Distros that does not provide for a Live "try before you buy" scenario. It is install or nothing. I can provide articles if you want a read, or else search under eg
openSUSE no Live option