So is it better to use your favorite Linux Distro as a Administrator or a User, is it safer in one than the other,and if it’s User what setting should you change if any so that a User can run the Linux Distro on an ever day basis. Or should you even care about whether your a Administrator or a User.
I’m not 100% sure what you’re asking harry, most distributions now allow you to run as a “user” but elevate your permissions (with a password) only when necessary (sudo).
Thank you for your reply in fact you have answer my question with your reply.
In most distro’s “Administrator” just means you can elevate your privileges with “sudo” if/where necessary, where a “User” can’t.
Only a few distros now allow you to actually log in as “root” where your running with elevated privileges all the time.