posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 10:17 PM
when I was trying different Linux distros, OpenSUSE and Ubuntu were the two big guys out there. The installation is usually very easy. Both understand
the need to give the user the option to make Linux the 2nd OS in a dual-boot PC (recommended). Generally, you want to stick with the most popular
distros, as they are popular for a reason. One of those reasons is, yes, driver compatibility.
If you can get ahold of a Windows 7 DVD, then try to make your PC mult-boot. That way you get the best of all OSs.