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What is "bleeding edge"?

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New to linux, trying to pick a distro. I've seen some folks say that rolling releases are better for "bleeding edge" new software. Besides drivers, what's attractive about having access to the bleeding edge? What users is it good for?

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New to linux, trying to pick a distro. I've seen some folks say that rolling releases are better for "bleeding edge" new software. Besides drivers, what's attractive about having access to the bleeding edge? What users is it good for?

If you want the newest and latest features these bleeding edge distro versions are good. If you want stability and security you might prefer the long term releases.
 

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