Linux Mint is a popular Linux distribution tailored for beginners while providing a similar experience to former Windows users. In fact it does a few things better than Ubuntu which makes it a suitable choice for every type of user.
It is completely community-powered on top of Ubuntu as its base.
On the other hand Fedora is a cutting-edge distribution that focuses on incorporating exciting changes that eventually makes it way to Red Hat Enterprise Linux RHEL.
Unlike Linux Mint Fedora does not exclusively focus on personal use or non-developers. Even though they offer a workstation edition they aim for developers and experienced Linux users.
While we know that Fedora is not exactly geared towards Linux newbies many users love using Fedora as their daily driver. So in this article we shall shed light on some differences between the two to help you pick one to use on your desktop machine.