Once you become aware that there is a dependable, secure, capable, and modern computer system that rivals all others in popularity and actual use, you will want to try the Linux operating system on your computer. Perhaps you've been using a member of the Unix/Linux family - Linux, Android, ChromeOS, BSD or even OSX - for quite a while. If so, you are likely looking for new ways to optimize your technology for the way you work. Going Linux is for computer users who just want to use Linux to get things done. Are you new to Linux, upgrading from Windows to Linux, or just thinking about moving to Linux? This audio podcast provides you with practical, day-to-day advice on how to use Linux and its applications. Our goal is to help make the Linux experience easy for you.

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Going Linux #335 · Listener Feedback 2017-12-05
Going Linux #334 · Listener Feedback 2017-11-05
Going Linux #333 · One Installation File - Many Linux Distributions 2017-10-20
Going Linux #332 · Listener Feedback 2017-10-05
Going Linux #331 · Whole Disk Cloning on Linux 2017-09-20
Going Linux #330 · Listener Feedback 2017-09-05
Going Linux #329 · Using 4K Monitors on Linux 2017-08-20
Going Linux #328 · Listener Feedback 2017-08-05
Going Linux #327 · Things You Can Do In Windows And How To Do Them In Linux 2017-07-20
Going Linux #326 · Listener Feedback 2017-07-05
Going Linux #325 · Getting Rid of 'Cruft' After An Upgrade 2017-06-20
Going Linux #324 · Listener Feedback 2017-06-05
Going Linux #323 · Ubuntu MATE: A Typical Linux Distribution 2017-05-20
Going Linux #322 · Listener Feedback 2017-05-05
Going Linux #321 · Sabayon Revisited 2017-04-20
Going Linux #320 · Listener Feedback 2017-04-05
Going Linux #319 · Backups with Grsync 2017-03-20
Going Linux #318 · Listener Feedback 2017-03-05
Going Linux #317 · Linux Distros Reviewed 2017-02-20
Going Linux #316 · Listener Feedback 2017-02-05
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