Posted by: Admin on Aug 05, 2013 - 10:54 AM
Every now and again, Linux Identity decides it's time to release a “Starter Kit”, which is a gateway for the curious user to start using Linux in real life. Of course, we're only scratching the surface because there's a lot of Linux out there in the world, and what's best for some tends to shift a little depending on who you are and what you're looking to get out of your computer. But you don't know any of this until you start, and usually getting started with something new is the most painful part. This issue ought to help smooth that out for you.
In this issue, you'll find articles that will help you install the distribution of your choice, and more articles to help you get started exploring what Linux has to offer you. Maybe you're just a casual desktop user and just want to know how to do every day tasks, or maybe you want to flirt a little with some desktop customization to make your day more efficient. Maybe you're an artist and want to explore Linux's more sensitive side, or perhaps you're a budding programmer who would like to get started with a nice introductory programming language like Python.
The possibilities are endless, with Linux, so don't hold back. Install it and start using it, because that's how you get started.
Magazine properties: title line: Linux Identity Office; issue: 15; pages: 60; DVD attached: 1; price (US): $14.99
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