Originally Posted by windowszp
What Linux distro looks the best, has the best theme support, is customizable, has the most apps and it's easy to use?
This is kind of a separate question: Can Linux be installed on a ssd, and does it have TRIM support?
1. correct me if i'm wrong but ext3/4 btrfs systems don't need trim. just one way linux filesystems are so much better
2. basiclly any distro can be made to do anything, customizable wise. you could start with a barebones and work up from there, but if not and you need something that just works 'out of the box' then I agree with the poster ahead of me that LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) would be what I would suggest.
install in fairly simple. either the Xfce or the Cinnnamon verion will work fine, cinnamon will give more effects/ etc. while xfce will use less ram/cpu/gpu (but both will be WAY lighter then windows so don't worry about it too much)