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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
Literally the worst segway
can it run windows software?
My phone handled win 2000 WAY better than linux Ubuntu
1.3k dislikes are from bsd users
Why does Youtube keep recommending me this video even though i watched it like hundred times already???
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I remember being 10 years old trying to run Linux on chrome book just to play Minecraft good times
It's a software that you can brag about all the time and annoy everybody around you
There is more information in LINUX Tech Tips.
Who is Linus?
K going to install suicide Linux now
while executing genymotion bin file in terminal, it says permission denied.. why does this happen
Short explanation- It's Linus with an x
what country made linux i guess USA
My favorite Linux distro is Kali
2:24Excuse me? That’s a fantastic idea. Just make sure you backup all your important files. There are several distros which are very easy to use
Woww, thanks your video is great and useful for people who want to learn about tech....i'll see your next video...and i hope, in the next video you can explain about data tech or DT...Thanks brooo 🙏🙏👍👍
Ubuntu is not that complex. It is very similar to windows. Also. You aren't limited to the package manager on Linux. You can download stuff using the browser just like on windows.
When you hate constant updates from Windows and don't want to give money to apple
i looked this up because i always see one guy in the comments talk about Linux like they're a secret breed of superhuman.