In your opinion, which Linux distro strikes the best balance _and_ high levels in all four: - easy for first-time Linux users - accessibility features are functional and not an after thought - inviting to contribute and be a part of the open source community - allows for tinkering by exposing things, but doesn’t make things difficult or unnecessarily complicated Boosts appreciated.
@stragu I would say that it's a toss up between 3 of Ubuntu, Mint and Zorin OS. I would recommend starting with Zorin because it's the closest to Windows/Mac looking and then graduate up to Mint then Ubuntu.
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