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I Switched to Linux After Using Windows for 10 Years

I was a fan of Windows 98, 2000, XP, 7, and 10. But, I finally decided to use Ubuntu forever.

Ubuntu desktop. Screenshot by the author

In fact, If there is no operating system (OS) installed the computer becomes a worthless device because the operating system is the intermediate interface that connects the user to the hardware and vice versa. People…

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Shalitha Suranga

Shalitha Suranga

Programmer | Author of Neutralinojs | Technical Writer

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