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4 Reasons to Have Live Linux at Home

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Linux became real part of our lives. You can meet anywhere... in your appliances, mobile phones, internet servers, desktops and laptops.

In most cases this is either "embedded" or "installed" version of Linux. But there is another type of Linux operating systems which you should also consider. And I recommend you to have at least one at home... Why?

Live Linux is operating system which can be booted directly from removable media: CD, DVD or USB stick. It does not require installation. In most cases it only uses RAM to store all the data, not touching hard disk of your computer.

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