Free operating systems: Ubuntu Windows or no windows? No choice, this is the OS that we always pre-installed on all computers purchased in stores or major distributions. Why Windows ? Yes, let us ask ourselves this question! Why do we have to pay for each PC installed the operating system license from Microsoft? Everyone should be free to install what you want but this is not always possible. Precisely for this reason many have learned to rely on free operating systems, as good as Windows. One of those is Ubuntu, Linux OS open source among the best known and easiest to use, given the interface very user friendly. Changing the operating system is not always easy but it brings benefits. Firstly in terms of saving money for the purchase of Microsoft licenses, secondly, the security offered by Linux that allows hackers to break the system with simple little programs like malware or trojan viruses, bitter enemies of Windows. Install Ubuntu on your computer is very simple. Colleghiamoci Ubuntu site and click on the orange button Download. On the next page we click on Begin Download Location and select the country you want to download it. In this way will start downloading the operating system. Once downloaded the 'ISO image of Ubuntu masterizziamola through a program to burn on a CD. Now restart your computer and insert the CD previously installed. We select as a priority to boot our CD and we begin the installation by following the guidelines proposed to us by the process. With Ubuntu we use a program called Grub to decide which operating system to boot at power on our computer. That way if we do not want to migrate to open source now, we can keep Windows installed without any problem.
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