Linux is an open source operating system that for years was a favorite of programmers and techies. It is slowly being accepted by the general public. The everyday computer user is trying out the Linux operating system on their desktop computers.
The appealing thing about Linux is that for years it was virtually virus free, and it is still less susceptible to viruses than windows. It can be used on a regular PC and you’re not shelling out thousands of dollars in hardware like you would with Mac.
It has always been an open source project and that allows for a constant flow of new features and updates from the development community. Learning and adapting to the Linux environment is surprisingly easy and we’re here to offer tips, tricks and tutorials for the new and veteran Linux user.