10 things to do after installing Linux
Oct 19, 2009, 08:02 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Graham Morrison)
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"It's a whole world of limitless possibilities. Thanks to the
nature of open-source development, thousands of applications,
games, tools and utilities can be installed with just a few mouse
"None of these will be shareware, commercial or sponsored
through advertising. They'll be functional, full-blown
applications. And there's a lot to look at. The trick is knowing
where to start.
"We're going to base our recommendations on Linux Mint. It's one
of a new breed of Linux distributions aimed at the general computer
user. It's easy to use, kind on the eye and based on Ubuntu, which
means you get the best package management and the latest features
alongside Mint's smoother installer and refined interface."