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PC DOES NOT mean Windows. The term or acronym PC today commonly refers to an IBM / Intel hardware architecture that has been used for many years by several other operating systems, UNIX was one of the first. In fact, PC just means Personal Computer, So I geuss you could say that an Apple Computer is also a PC. Just as Apple/Mac uses their own architecture to run Mac OS X, a PC can run any operating system made for it. Linux provides a vast variety of architecture compatibility, including i386, i586 and i686 (aka) PC or IBM / Intel.
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openSUSE is a Linux computer operating system developed by Novell

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Now  a  fork  of  Gnome 2  called  MATE

Better now to choose KDE if installing Linux for the firsr time.

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The Long Term Support version is the best choice for enterprise critical work. It has the best stability and longer support.

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