The concept of using Linux on a touchscreen monitor or two-in-one computer has come a long way. Touchscreen support is now built in to the Linux kernel so theoretically any Linux distribution should run with a touchscreen. That said not every distribution will be easy to use on a touchscreen and this comes down to the desktop. This means choosing the best Linux distros for a touchscreen that use the optimal desktop out of the box. For example using a tiling window manager like Awesome or i3 isn8217t going to do you much good on a touchscreen. Choose the right desktop8230 Read more.
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