The OS I currently run (on machines where I get to choose) is Fedora Workstation 28, a Linux distribution originally derived from RedHat Linux. I find it to be a fast, stable, highly configurable and useful OS that provides all of the features I need for my work, play, and creative pursuits.
Though it's my preferred OS, Fedora is a bit developer-and-hacker-centric. If you don't care about having the latest Linux kernels and developer tools installed, and especially if you're new to Linux, I would recommend a distribution that updates at a slower pace, such as Ubuntu Desktop.
This page remains a collection of information and tips that I find useful. If you made your way here, I hope that you find it useful, too!
Installing nVidia Drivers on Fedora¶
I don't have a guide for this; the most valuable resource that I've been able to find on the Web is the Fedora nVidia Drivers Install Guide at
if !1 0(dot com).