Debian is a free and open source Linux operating system designed primarily for desktop / laptop computers and servers. This is one of the first (or oldest) distributions in Linux’s history, and the first version was released in 1993. Debian has over 51,000 software packages (pre-compiled packages) which can be easily installed on the system using commands, or any graphical software.
The default installation of Debian on desktop computers comes with many graphical applications (most of them are free and open source) such as Firefox Web Browser, LibreOffice, VLC Media Player, GIMP Image Editor, and Evense Document Viewer. Overall, Debian is made up of basic software programs and utilities. You can also try Ubuntu
Features of Debian
- Renewed emphasis on security
- X.org 7.3 integration
- Java friendly
- Debian makes open-source players and viewers available
- Captivating New Theme
- Additional packages
- Driverless Printing and Scanning
- Generic Open Command
- Updated Kernel
- More Stability and Security
- Still Supported old 32-bit Systems
- Multiple Languages Input
- Latest Version of Desktop Environments
- xFAT Filesystem support
- Uniformed Controlled Hierarchy and Additional Features
Full Software Setup Details
- Software Name : debian-11.1.0-amd64-netinst.iso
- Setup Size : 378MB
- Setup Type : Offline Installer
- Compatibility : 64 bit (x64)
- Released On : 2021-10-09
- Developers Official Website : Debian
Minimum System Requirements
- 2 GHz processor or higher.
- 2 GB of RAM.
- 25 GB of hard disk space.
- CD/DVD drive or a USB port.
- Internet connectivity (optional).