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Linux Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick

“Great alternative to windows”

Written on: 07/06/2012 by Freeky (39 reviews written)

Linux has moved on much from its early days when it was for geeks, it still has some geeky bits, but then so does Windows. Linux is now the de-facto operating system for servers preferred by most webmasters and is rapidly expanding as the operating system of choice for home pc's. Linux Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick) is available as an iso to burn to CD creating a bootable disk that boots to a fully working operating system with applications (office apps, browsers etc etc) without any install (i.e… Read Full Review

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Duke_Nukem's Response to Freeky's Review

Written on: 29/11/2013

For the readers of this, re: getting "obscure" printers etc to work, I would add that Linux is a quality system generally written to industry standards. OTOH, much of Windows is written to its own changeable standards (to force users to buy upgraded versions to keep up). As Windows has such a large market share, many of the cheaper hardware peripherals are designed to work with the Windows version of the day and nothing else. Better peripherals (maybe more expensive) can cope with both Windows standards and the wider industry standards. Hewlett Packard printers, at least the better ones, have a good record of working with Linux. Check with the Linux forums before buying.

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