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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?Dollar Shave Club link: http://dollarshaveclub.com/linusFollow: http://twitter.com/linustechJoin the community: http://linustechtips.comLicense for image used in this video: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode
1:54 that’s the girl from jealous girlfriend meme
what plainrock 124 said WHATS A LINUX
Sharp learning curve? HAHAHAHA IT TOOK ME HALF AN HOUR TO LEARN COMMAND LINE STUFF LOL PFFT
What is Linux? --> COOL!
im just getting into the IT world. i have a dell precision m4700 and im running linux ubuntu. it does take some getting use to.
why the fuck does this shit have to be so fucking hard to understand what the fuck!
Linux tech tips
I think that the App store part sounded a bit restrictive. The distros usually include an "app store" with stable software that should work nicely with your distro. It is possible to add URL:s (usually called repositories or PPA:s) with additional software in settings. It is also possible to download packages directly. In Ubuntu and Mint you can use ".deb" files. If you for example want to download Chrome, you would just have to go to the download page, select ".deb" and open the file to install it once it has been downloaded.I have used Ubuntu for a couple of years now as my main OS and I really love it. It took a couple of weeks to get used to, but once I did, I have never looked back at Windows. It is just so much more superior to Windows. Windows feels old in comparison.One thing I noticed was that it is easy to get lost in technical pages to solve problems, but there is usually a standard fix to the issue. I for example wanted the latest Nvidia drivers, so I downloaded a script for Linux from Nvidias homepage, but it turns out that it is already included in Ubuntu, so I just had to enable it in settings.I think that if you are none technical, Linux is probably the easiest and most stable OS you can use. My parents use it and they are very happy with it. They have not called me with a single problem since they got it. When they had Windows they called me all the times with issues after Windows update etc.If you are semi technical, you might feel blocked in the beginning as things are different and it will take some time to get used to. There is a lot of support out there, but the support can often be too technical for some people. In this case I recommend to use hardware with full Linux support and stick to the standards and not try random scripts from the internet.For technical people it will feel like somebody has released your handcuffs and you are finally free to customize your OS as you want.
My facebook says it was logged in by linux... whats that mean
"Linus explained" Thats a though pill to swallow
Tux must be proud
android is also a linux
Ubuntu is an African word and is pronounced “ooboontoo” 😊
Wow, you're really terrible at explaining things. I couldn't be more confused
Windows. Because without the dows you won't win.
Linux - good for servers and live CDs, but crap for everything else.
Sudo: The first word that I type every time I turn on my laptop.Love the sudo joke btw
Is Linux Easy To Use??
Am on windows 10 .. what is Linux what thus Linux. Is Linux how to get it ... I asking thinking about