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Linux on your desktop

There was a time when the idea of Linux on your desktop was thought of as the domain of the super nerds only. Nowadays that’s changing in part because those charged with the development of the widely distributed Linux versions have worked hard to make it more user friendly. The biggest step in that process was making use of a friendly graphical user interface. It’s a lot easier to look at pretty pictures, in other words. The desktop experience of Linux picked up after 2007 when a popular developer of the software quit and accused other developers of not caring about the desktop on his way out. Since then desktop support has increased greatly. As the years go by more software is becoming available for Linux so it’s becoming more reasonable to use it as an operation system, particularly if you want to make your machine a dual boot with both Windows and Linux as options.
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