Today in Open Source: Tips for switching from Windows to Linux. Plus: Open Source drones, and a review of Parsix 5.0

I’m always happy to see people making the move from Windows to Linux, but it can be a bit daunting if you’ve never used Linux and you don’t know where to start. The tips in the article can help clear up some of the usual questions.

If you’re not sure what Linux distribution to start with, try Linux Mint. It provides a very good base operating system, with some helpful Linux Mint only tools. Once you get your feet on the ground with Linux Mint, you can also check out more distros by visiting DistroWatch.