People frequently inquire about the best ways to learn Linux. I’ve already done extensive research on the subject and written three articles on how to learn Linux online. Candidates who are serious about learning Linux can get started immediately by joining online communities or purchasing video courses. Books, on the other hand, have always been […]Read More
Like any operating system, Ubuntu can misbehave and the unexpected happens. Fortunately, most system issues experienced are easily rectified with a dose of knowledge, experience, and common sense. Sometimes issues are caused as a result of neglecting system maintenance. For example, you may run out of hard drive space, or your system becomes clogged up […]
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Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux, Part 8 – Open Source Replacements for Proprietary Windows Desktop Software
We consider popular Windows proprietary software and recommend great open source replacements that run under Linux.
This is the latest article in the series ‘Linux for Starters’ which offers a gentle introduction to Linux for newcomers.
In this article we introduce various ways to install software using a graphical interface.
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