Which is better windows10 or kali linux? And am i able to switch to windows again after switching to linux?
shivam I don't know why you just ignored me, but I'll answer: First, linux is faster than windows, so your codes will run faster. Second, linux has more programming tools, and is much easier to program on. It takes one line to install almost anything you want on it, and it comes pre-installed with many programming languages and compilers. So, it saves you a lot of time, and you don't have to bother looking for the official website to download something, straight up from the terminal.
Kali linux is meant for security professionals only, not good for normal desktop use. If you want to go with linux, try beginner-friendly distros. Such as: Manjaro Mint MX Elementary Zorin Yes, it is possible to switch back to windows 10, why wouldn't it.
Hi shivam Sorry but you question is very vague. Specially when comparing Operational Systems (OS). Which is better for what? Depending on the OS, certain tasks are facilitated due to the quality of the tools available. For example, GNU/Linux greatly facilitates the set up of a development environment. On the other hand, if you are a fan of games, Windows has received always more attention. There are many more examples of use-cases when one environment is preferred over the other. Then again, for which purpose do you want the OS? Concerning your second question, you can have both Windows and GNU/Linux installed on the same hard disk on a scheme called dual-boot, then on the moment you turn on the PC you can choose from which one to boot up the PC.
Hii Mark I use the tag coding below....so my question is ...is there any differnce between coding in windows and coding in in linux os?
Hi shivam I think the answers of Aymane Boukrouh are giving you the basic information about how coding in one platform is different from the other. So, yes, depending on which programming language you want to use GNU/Linux will easy up the task of setting up the developing environment. However if you want to use proprietary technologies like .net, C#, Visual Basic, etc, then you will probably have a better environment using Windows. For everything else GNU/Linux is just fine once you get used to operating the system. Again, following @Aymane advise, please get a more user-friendly GNU/Linux distribution. Good luck.
Linux is faster than windows and for sure you can switch