Linux is open-source software at it’s finest. Open-source software is all about taking control of your desktop away from the big corporations and putting it into the hands of the developers working with your best interests at heart. The software is freely available on the Internet for you to download — you can even help develop the projects if you want to get involved. Decisions about what’s on your desktop aren’t being made based on the profit margins yielded by the software. Instead, the best interests of the user are of primary concern to the developers. Although open-source software is great, have you ever tried to read the documentation that comes with it? Some of it is very good, but most of it is written for geeks, by geeks, and a good part of it is flat-out missing.
Home computer Computers Programming technology Linux Timesaving Techniques For Dummies Susan Gouglas Korry Douglas
Sunday, 11 March 2018
Linux Timesaving Techniques For Dummies Susan Gouglas Korry Douglas
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