Here's an InfoWorld article that says
that most Linux distributions
come with too much other stuff.
"You could argue that it never hurts to have too many options, but I
disagree. Under the hood, any Linux PC is a system of incredible
complexity. Adding more applications to the mix only increases that
complexity and gives the end-user more blind alleys to wander
down. Anything that raises the barrier of entry to Linux is harmful, no
matter how good the intentions.
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