Not just for geeks, Linux user-friendly version is Windows alternative
For most consumers, it's not. This is Ubuntu, a user-friendly version of the Linux operating system. Marshall pronounces it "oo-boon-tu" but also acceptable are "you-bunt-tu" or "oo-bunt-tu."
Marshall typically helps customers who have gotten past the belief that Linux is for geeks. This version of Linux ( there are hundreds) was built by United Kingdom's Canonical and is meant to appeal to everyone — even Windows users.