Best Desktop Environments for Windows Users; Which What You Known ?
When looking at the best Desktop Environments for Windows users, it boils down to Cinnamon, KDE, Deepin, LXQT, and XFCE.
First on this list is the Cinnamon desktop environment which was created by the Linux Mint team. As far as this environment is concerned, several people feel that it has the best match to how the work and flow of Windows feels to users. It has a menu similar to the start menu on Windows. The menu is laid out in a fashion that reminds a lot of people of how it was laid out back with Windows 95 through Windows 7. It uses the familiar computer to access the drives and files on the computer. It has a recognizable trash can for deleting files.
The next environment is KDE. KDE can be customized to an extreme amount, it also has a layout with the menu bar that is similar to Windows. The default menu which takes place of the start menu is laid out in a similar manner to windows. The downside of it is that since it can be customized so much the settings can be overwhelming to new users.
Deepin is a desktop environment that was created in China, the menu is very similar to windows, the settings are separated in easy simple ways, it also uses the computer as the way to access files and disks on the system. However, the rest of the environment is something new entirely.