Operating systems and distros

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GNU/Linux is a free operating system originally developed by Linus Torvalds in 1993. It’s available for everyone to download, use, modify, and distribute it at no cost. Linux comes in many flavors, commonly known as distributions, such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and Fedora.

Free software is one answer to a world built-in proprietary (expensive) code. What does free software mean? Free software is like cooking for yourself. It is more work, but it is cheaper, tastier, you know what you are doing (you have the recipe), and it is better for you. Free software means you are free to download it, use it, copy it, modify it, and redistribute it.

Free Software Is Like Cooking for Yourself

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Author: Anawim

I am a social activist. I have two Bachelor's degrees, Maths and Computer & Software Engineering. I also have a Ph.D. in Psychology. I have written nine published books, four scientific articles, and five scientific presentations. I simply want to contribute to making a difference where it counts, so that we make the world a better, more sustainable, prosperous, and fairer place. I am always willing to give free talks and lectures about the social problems that exist in our world today.

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