How To Install openSUSE With Rufus

Today we are going to talk about openSUSE. openSUSE is a free and open-source Linux distribution sponsored by SUSE Software Solutions Germany GmbH and other companies. And many of the programs available for openSUSE are open-source and free. openSUSE was a high-end german distro, though it no longer as popular as it is before. It was one of the rising stars for the Linux community as a whole, with its two variants; Leap as a static-distro model & Tumbleweed, for bleeding-edge software rolling-release model that is backed by SUSE Linux Enterprise.

The minimum requirements you need to have to install this OS is at least 2 GB for system memory, internal storage of 40 GB, USB stick or DVD for the installer, and dual-core 2 GHz processor. To install openSUSE on your computer, simply download the ISO file from the Internet and mount it onto a USB flash drive with Rufus. You can also software like Etcher to install openSUSE and you can get them from their official website to prevent piracy. A worthy competitor to Ubuntu, openSUSE is a very efficient & flexible distribution that can cater to GNOME, XFCE, and KDE, you can even have openSUSE-EDU for educators that is well suited for professional in the education sector.  To find more awesome features, you may check out this site www.opensuse.org.