|Nov, 4th 2019
|Linux Start For Windows Users
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|First Published On
|Oct, 21st 2019
More and more users are looking into Linux and depending on the statistics, the number of desktop users has doubled or tripled in just a few years.
But users are still struggling. Is it the right thing for me? Do I need to learn everything from scratch? How do I set it up?
Even as a total beginner you can be inside a safe Linux environment with like 15 to 30 minutes and surfing the Internet. Linux has become much more beginner-friendly over the past two decades. I had seniors, who would first block the idea of using Linux, later switch from Windows to Linux within only a few minutes and never looking back.
Linux Start For Windows Users aims primarily at users who have been using Windows for a while. It teaches you how to get Linux up and running as fast and easy as possible, without overwhelming you with deep technical details.
The book suggests a beginner-friendly distribution, explains need-to-know hardware basics and goes through hard disk preparation, creating an install and live medium and the installation process.
You don't need to touch your current setup to give it a try and if you are up for a challenge, the book also explains, how to set up Linux next to Windows and make use of both.
The book also drops a few hints on basic use and how to remove and troubleshoot Linux.
Unique: the book offers direct contact to the author, who (in case necessary) will attempt to answer your questions and help you get Linux up and running. (Note: this might be a limited offer, depending on the amount of incoming questions).