These kind of post-install “tweaks” articles are routinely available for all Linux distributions . . . Ubuntu based, Mint, Suse, Fedora, etc. Makes it fun and simple to improve your base install.
Here’s the post pertaining to elementary OS . . . perhaps the winner in the “great looking” desktop (ok, a tie with Mac OS).
It’s FOSS . . Tweaking your new Elementary OS install
For our Raspberry Pi users, a new iso is available to run your Pi. Based on LXDE desktop, and requires only 1 gb to run fast!
Only do this if you’re used to testing software (or have time to learn AND have a testing PC or dedicated partition for testing)
OMG Ubuntu! article re daily builds
Issues seem to revolve around instability and failure of file associations for certain apps . . . sounds like Chris is getting frustrated (per last line of his post).
HTG Blog re Win10 Update Issues
Might have to try out Red Hat’s “Fedora” Linux Distro . . .
OMG_Ubuntu!! re IBM & RedHat
Below is the link to the full HTG article, but the “gist” is you’re signing up to be a “tester” for updates before MS finishes the full testing protocols.
Link to HTG article re Checking for Updates Process