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  • What is Linux?

    Linux can be found on everything from servers to smartphones to desktop PCs - but what makes it different from Windows, and should you give it a try?

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  • What is Linux?

    Linux can be found on everything from servers to smartphones to desktop PCs - but what makes it different from Windows, and should you give it a try?

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  • What is Linux? Linux Vs Windows? No Virus?

    Namaskaar Dosto, is video mein maine aapse Linux ke baare mein baat ki hai. Linux kya hai? Linux aur windows mein kya difference hai? aur Linux ke kya advantages aur disadvantages hai. Mujhe umeed hai ki aapko Linux ke baare mein yeh video pasand aayega.

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  • Which Linux Distribution Is Best For Me? Top 11 Linux Based Operating Systems

    It doesn’t matter what kind of user you are, there exists a perfect Linux distro for you.

    1. Best Linux Distro for Desktops and Powerful Laptops - Linux Mint, known to provide a near-to-perfect Linux desktop experience.

    2. Best Linux Distro for Regular Laptop - Ubuntu MATE. Ubuntu comes with nine different flavours that have their own programs, features, and desktop environments.

    3. Best Linux Distro for Older and Slow Hardware - Puppy Linux. It is ideal for the conditions where a compact distro due to older hardware and low computing resources.

    4. Most Customizable Linux Distro - Arch Linux. It is a minimalistic Linux distro that allows your to start learning Linux from scratch. But, it is not recommended for the beginners as thereís a lot of command line work and manual configuration.

    5. Most Beautiful Linux Distro - elementaryOS. The maker of this completely community-based OS are an expert in design and it is one of the prettiest Linux distributions you will come across.

    6. Best Best Privacy-focused Linux Distro - Tails. It is a live operating system that you can boot on any computer from a USB stick, SD card, or DVD and used by the likes of Edward Snowden.

    7. Best Linux for Ethical Hacking and Penetration Testing - Kali Linux. It is a special purpose Linux distro for pen testing and network security testing. With more than 600 tools, Kali Linux is designed to be used in a single, root user scenario due to security purposes.

    8. Best Linux Distro For Servers - Debian. One of the longest running Linux distros, Debian, has served as a framework for many other distros like Mint and Ubuntu.

    9. Best Linux Distro For IoT - Snappy Ubuntu Core. Focussing on Internet of Things application, Canonical released a Snappy version of Ubuntu Core OS for IoT.

    10. Best Linux Distro For Video Editing and Multimedia Production - Ubuntu Studio. It fills an empty spot of a multimedia production-focused Linux distro. It comes with tools for recording, mixing, mastering, live processing, or even coding.

    11. Best Linux Distro For Gaming - SteamOS. Honestly, there isn’t a Linux distro that is perfect for playing all kinds of game. With each passing day, more and more games are being officially released on Linux.
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  • Why use Linux? | Programmer preferred OS

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    Just like windows and MAC OS , Linux is also a operating system.
    Current generation is mostly moving towards Android and Apple.
    And both Android and Apple somewhere in the picture work on Linux OS.
    Hence, for programmer's like you using Linux would be more beneficial.
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  • SteamOS in 2018... Does it work?

    Back in December 2013, Steam announced a new operating system that would free us from Microsoft’s grip, so that we might enter gaming Nirvanah.

    What we got was SteamOS. And it’s kind of still in Beta…

    But first... What am I drinking?

    Tonight, Ninkasi's Dawn of the Red (Eugene, OR). It's a 7.0%, 66 IBU Red IPA. Pretty good taste. If you're just a fan of Reds, this is a bit hoppy. But for IPA lovers, this is a great brew.

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    According to the latest Steam Hardware Survey, 98.31% of all machines on Steam are running some variant of Windows. This has been the story really since Windows 95 burst onto the scene with Its slew of DirectX APIs. It's nearly become the industry standard, with most games for both Windows and X-Box taking advantage.

    Enter Valve… They proclaimed a vision for the future of gaming back in December 2013. One that would be free from Microsoft’s hold on consumers. One where you could build a PC from off the shelf components, and download a free operating system where your entire library of games would await you. Or, you could purchase a SteamBox! A prebuilt gaming computer with Linux preinstalled from your favorite retailer.

    And Valve said… Let there be SteamOS! But… was it good?

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  • How to Game on Linux

    Is Linux a viable alternative to using Windows for gaming?

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  • Top 4 Most Exciting Linux Distros For 2019

    Here's my top 4 most exciting Linux distros that I'm looking forward to in 2019.

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    A shortlist of the distros I featured in this video are:

    • SteamOS
    • Solus
    • KDE Neon
    • Mint Linux 19.1

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  • operating system tier list

    F.A.Q. for this video:
    Q) What about **my favorite operating system**?
    A) Sorry, this list only goes down to *F* rank.

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    # Common questions:
    What distro(s) do you use?
    * Office PC: Manjaro GNOME
    * Laptop: Manjaro GNOME
    * GPD WIN 2: Manjaro GNOME
    * Steam Machine: Manjaro GNOME
    * Server: Ubuntu 18.04

    # What do you use to edit your videos?
    Audio editing: Audacity
    Video editing: KdenLive

    # Why aren't you using other video services like LBRY or PeerTube?
    I am on LBRY: https://beta.lbry.tv/@TheLinuxGamer and I also have a BitChute mirror.
    Most PeerTube instances have a data quota that just doesn't serve my channel well. My videos are high-res (4K) and I'd exceed most quotas in one or two videos.

    # What are your machines specs?
    Office Rig:
    * AMD Ryzen 7 1800x
    * AMD Vega 64
    * 32 GB RAM
    * Manjaro GNOME

    Steam Machine:
    * Intel Core i7 at 3.8 GHz
    * Nvidia GTX 970 4GB
    * 12 GB RAM
    * Manjaro GNOME

    Backup Rig:
    * Intel Core i5 at 3.4 GHz
    * Nvidia GTX 750 Ti
    * 8 GB of RAM

    Server:
    * AMD FX 6300 at 3.5 GHz
    * Nvidia GTX 750 1GB
    * 8 GB RAM

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