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Learning To Love Learning Linux

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As 2015 comes to a close, I have come to realize a great truth: the best thing I ever did was to dump Windows and switch completely to Linux. I speak from my own experience but I also speak for many of my EzeeLinux clients who feel the same way. Of course, your mileage may very. This article is not intended to sell you on Linux. Chances are good that if you’re reading this you already know about Linux and you may be using it every day. This article is for those who can’t seem to let go of Windows or Mac and are hanging on to those proprietary OS’s out of habit or because you’re not quite comfortable putting your entire computing life into the Linux space. (Read the rest at Freedom Penguin)

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