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New and amazing features of Linux

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The Linux operating system has been around since the beginning of the first computers and the first operating systems. Since its first formation in the form of a small operating system running on the command line interface it has been constantly evolving into a much more powerful and robust operating system capable of sustaining heavy workload and performing multiple tasks at once.

Different companies and programmer groups have developed and borrowed the base Linux kernel and have developed their own versions of Linux distros with thousands of additional capabilities for their intended users. Now you can also play your favorite games on most of the Linux distros available in the market.

You can also play PlayStation games and any problems in the games can be asked from the PlayStation helpline. You can find more than a thousand Linux distros for users of all kinds in the whole world. Linux operating systems due to their flexibility to adapt to newer hardware environments are used in the largest operating computers all over the world. Some of the few new and amazing features of Linux are:

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