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Meet Puppy Linux

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Many geeks know about Puppy Linux and use it for their daily needs, but there are many others that have not heard about Puppy. Puppy is an extremely small Linux operating system in which its main goal is to stay small and fulfill all daily user’s needs.

It is very fast because it loads entirely on RAM and its users love this fact. If you have an old machine that will soon go in your garbage, Puppy is the perfect solution to breathe new life into that PC. I am saving some extra cash to buy old computers and put them into work, all this is possible because of Puppy Linux. I love to have a lot of computers in my lab so Puppy is my solution. It is free of charge and most of programs running on Puppy Linux are open-source.

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