Gentoo offers ridiculous flexibility with the operating system at a price. It’s made for advanced users who don’t mind getting their hands dirty with the system.
Gentoo uses its own package management, Portage. The Portage package management is very modular and easy to maintain, which plays a big part in the operating system as a whole being very flexible.
If you’re just getting started with Linux and want to take a more difficult path, I’d choose Gentoo or Arch Linux as your distribution.
Great for desktop and laptop.
If you're interested in having Gentoo as your operating system, head over to the installation section and give it a try: https://www.gentoo.org/
What package management system does Gentoo use?