19.Laptop Bed

Is Linux still fun if it's harder to break? Linux has long been a dependable operating system, but new versions utilize technologies that make your desktop even harder to break.

Add in the ability to easily roll back to previous versions of software, and it's easy to see why people are excited about "immutable" versions of Linux. Want to see for yourself what the hype is about? These are the best options available today.

Fedora Silverblue is one of the earliest immutable versions of traditional desktop Linux. But what does that mean? In short, Fedora Silverblue ships with the entire system provided as one giant component that you replace whenever you download a system update (one that is also read-only). This is an approach similar to that of Android, Chromebooks, and macOS. It stops a single corrupted system file from preventing your entire PC from booting.