Why Linux?

An “open-source” operating system modeled on UNIX.

COST EFFICIENT:-

Linux is completely free
  • Paid software- you can’t enjoy windows even after installing these OS if you aren’t ready for spending a few more bucks for softwares.

RELIABILITY:-

  • Linux sure do have more big and active community of developers.
  • 200 corporations are associated with Linux development.

LESS HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS:-

  • Very low minimum requirements.
  • Can be even run from live CDs and USB Drives. Isn’t it amazing?
Puppy Linux
KNOPPIX

NO ANNOYING CRASHES AND REBOOTS

  • You can’t call yourself a windows user if you haven’t come across this.

LESS PRONE TO HACKING AND VIRUSES

  • Here are some news clippings from some prominent news channels:-

LINUX IS OMNIPOTENT

Linux OS based Smartwatches
PDAs
Linux Servers

VARIETY

  • Almost 600 distros to choose from. Plus, you can make your own ;)

OPEN SOURCE

  • code is freely available
  • you can customize or make something new out of it.

OTHER MAJOR BENEFITS

  • Commands of Terminal in Linux and Mac Os are 99.9% same. If you have hands on Linux you can easily operate Mac-OS.
  • Many softwares are native to Linux. Some of them are : GIMP, Libre Office, G Parted, Okular etc.

Part of doing Linux was that I had to communicate a lot more instead of just being a geek in front of a computer. -Linus Torvalds

If you know the system well enough, you can do things that aren’t supposed to be possible. -Linus Torvalds

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