Kali Linux is the go-to Linux distribution for penetration testing and ethical hacking. Still, it’s not recommended for day-to-day use, such as responding to emails, playing games, or checking Facebook. That’s why it’s better to run your Kali Linux system from a bootable USB drive.
The hacker-friendly Debian-based distro did receive a major update by Offensive Security in late-2019 that changed the default desktop environment from the heavyweight Gnome to a more lightweight Xfce, making Kali more snappy and responsive overall. But we still can’t recommend it as your daily driver unless you… more