Switching from Fedora to OpenSUSE Tumbleweed

Back in 2014, I made the decision to switch from Ubuntu to Fedora.

After 4 years on Fedora (interrupted by 2 years of being on MacOS), I decided to try out openSUSE Tumbleweed. I have been using this OS as a dual boot with Windows 10 on my laptop for two weeks and did not have a problem so far (even though Tumbleweed is a rolling release).

The DE of choice is KDE, and it looks super awesome.

I do have some Chinese Apps that do not work yet on OpenSUSE, but I will document how I got them to work in future posts.

Leave a Comment