I’ve been using endeavouros for a while now, but want to switch to a point release because I’m not in a position to do massive updates every few days anymore
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Try to break it.
That’s honestly a really good advertisement for Fedora. Every Linux beginner ruins a distro or 3 before they learn the ropes
I jumped to Fedora recently (I was on Endeavor too) and it’s been one of the best first impact I had with a distro in a long time: everything is so clean and just works out of the box.<br> I have no particular suggestion except take a look to the spins if you don’t like the default Gnome desktop (I love Mate so I went with that).
Oh yeah I’m definitely going with KDE, I’m very much not a gnome person, happy to hear it’s been a good experience!
Check out Fedora SIlverblue and see if it fits your use case with toolbox.