So far I am liking Zorin very much. I played around with Lubuntu on an older laptop years ago, but didn’t stick with it. I just installed an nvme drive on my desktop, so I decided to investigate again. In general, I think everything is going very well and I intend to primarily use Zorin on my desktop. I can always boot back to Windows 7 if need be.
There is one Windows application that I used a lot: Adobe Acrobat DC, the full version, not the reader. I was not able to get it up and running with either Wine or Virtual box. I have since searched and found two Linux applications that give me most of the functionality I used in Acrobat: PDF Arranger & PDF Mix Tool. About the only thing missing is the OCR of scanned pages I used in Acrobat. I can always boot back to Windows if needed for that.
I am just curious. Is Adobe Acrobat just a lost cause for working under Linux, or is anyone using this application successfully under Linux?
Thank you to all the workers who have created a neat Linux distro.