So, I've been fussing around with Fedora 19 on my newly dual booted Win 7 / Fedora machine and I'm bored with it.
I am ready to throw out my new hat and replace it with...what?
And, equally important, how do I go about it?
I'm thinking Cat is going to say Mint.
A few others will recommend the ubiquitous Ubuntu .
What I've discovered when I was tweaking my Fedora is that I want something that is really customizable, something that I can tweak and install apps so that it mirrors my Windows environment.
Fedora has some serious hurdles to do so, and I'm guessing it's because it's probably used more in Enterprise environments and not for the Standard Home User, which despite my lofty sounding posts, I am at the end of the day....*sigh*.
So here is what my machine currently looks like:
With the red circle used to indicate where my Red Hat is currently parked.
I've spent so much time over at DistroWatch I think they're going to make me an Honorary Lurker.
So, what do y'all think - what is a really customizable distro you've used and liked and, this is important, how do I got about replacing my Fedora?
Do I need to uninstall Fedora first and then install my new distro?
Can I just drop a Live CD/DVD in and then just install it over Fedora?
Any and all suggestions / feedback / and coffee is always welcome here.