What is linux and why we use it
LINUX IS EASY TO USE
Curious about what is Linux, but not ready to dive in without an initial introduction? Did you know that you can use the full version of Linux without even having to install it? Using a Live CD gives you the opportunity to evaluate and play with Linux before you decide to install it on your computer.
LINUX IS ROBUST
Linux was built to run on any type of hardware and contains thousands of ready to use applications and utilities. When it comes to using Linux, the only limitation is your imagination and not the depth of your pockets.
LINUX IS STYLISH
Not only is Linux is a fast operating system with minimum hardware requirements it also has a modern Graphical User Interface design. You can tailor the user interface to look and act however you like, the options are truly unlimited. Customize your desktop to suit your exact needs and create your own personal perfect user interface.
FREEDOM & INDEPENDENCE IN LINUX
Linux is licensed under GNU General Public Licence (GPL), for which credit goes to GNU project. This license gives a right tocopy the software, look at the source code, modify andredistribute it to anyone as long as it remains licensed under the GPL. This provides a number of benefits such as vendor independence, higher software quality, innovation andopenness as well as promoting learning and education.
ECURITY & NO VIRUSES IN LINUX
Linux was build on top of a powerful authorization management system, which, by default, does not allow regular users to interact the core system functions. As a result Linux is well-protected against viruses. This provides Linux users with an additional benefit of saving money and system resources on anti-virus and anti-spy ware software.
SOFTWARE & UPDATES IN LINUX
Linux is packed with free software to accommodate even the most demanding users. In fact, you will not find an operating system, which has more applications than Linux. Whether you need an office suite, graphics editing program or music player you will find it in Linux. The best news is that updates to your software are unlimited and free of cost. Furthermore, the Linux software management system allows users to keep everything up-to-date with a single click.