What’s the most suitable Linux distro based my…

What’s the most suitable Linux distro based my needs?:

I’m a high school student. I switched to Linux ~3 months ago and I’m very happy and satisfied with Linux. It’s the best change I’ve ever made. I wonder why I didn’t make the switch earlier.

I’m tech-savvy. I love computers. In fact, I’m a student at the best Mathematics & Computer Science High school in the city I live. So, I wish I’ll get a job in Computer Science after finishing the faculty. By the way, I’m not a native speaker of English, so apologies for any grammar mistakes.

I use my computer for school-work (mostly plain text documents, LibreOffice works great; I heard LaTeX is great for plain text documents) AMD basic daily-work (web browsing and learning new stuff). I play video games occasionally, for fun. Steam has a lot of great Linux-compatible games. I’m 100% sure I don’t need Windows for that.

My PC’s specs are decent and fully compatible with Linux (I’ll use proprietary NVIDIA drivers for my Graphics Card):

  • Intel Kaby Lake Pentium G4560 (2c; 4t; @3.50 GHz)

  • ASRock H110M-DGS R3.0 (UEFI-only Motherboard)

  • HyperX Savage Black 8GB DDR4 2133 MHz CL13

  • MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GT OC Dual

  • Kingston UV400 120 GB SSD and Seagate BarraCuda 1TB HDD (7200 RPM)

I don’t do any specific work. I don’t have any preference. I’m open to any suggestions.

I don’t have time to tinker, I’m not crazy about customization. I want to be productive and get my work done. I prefer a bug-free experience.

Thank you for spending time reading this post! Thank you in advance for advice!

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