If you are looking to move from Windows 10 to a secure open-source operating system and don’t want to learn a new interface, BetaNews has suggested you try Linux-based Zorin OS.
The publication said that moving from Windows to GNOME or Unity can be “confusing and scary”, and Zorin OS version 12 has been designed for “Windows-switchers”.
The core version of the OS is free, while the Ultimate version sells for €15.
Zorin OS 12 is powered by Linux Kernel version 4.4 and is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. This means it will be supported with security updates until April 2021, stated the report.
Features of the OS include Google Drive integration and the Chromium browser is installed by default.