Free Operating Systems: OpenSuse OpenSuse is a free Linux operating system , released and sponsored by Novell, but developed by the whole community of programmers OpenSuse community itself. The goals of the openSUSE project are: * Make openSUSE the easiest deployment to anyone and the most widely used open source platform. * Provide an environment for open source collaboration that makes openSUSE the best Linux distribution in the world for both new users and for those more 'experts. * Dramatically simplify and open the development and packaging processes to make openSUSE the platform of choice for Linux hackers and application developers This OS was created with the intent to be a viable alternative for those who want to leave Windows, or at least set it aside for a while 'time. Unfortunately OpenSuse is not very user- friendly and can be installed in two different versions of KDE and GNOME. Microsoft applications are not installed, but for each type of program such as Internet browser, instant messaging and others is no substitute. Here are the substitutes for traditional programs: Windows Media Player: Amarokk or Banshee, Outlook Express: Evolution or Kmaill, Messenger: Pidgin or Kopetee, Office: Openoffice.org, Internet Explorer: Mozilla Firefox, Windows Firewall: AppArmormm . And many more. At first glance it might be difficult to change operating system, but once you practice, everything becomes easier. Also to learn Windows, first when you have a computer for the first time, it is hard to learn everything. How to install OpenSuse? It 's very simple. Connect first to the following website . Subsequently push the voice Get software in the upper left. On the next page select the type of system you have between 32 bit and 64bit PowerPC. Select choose what type of disk image to burn, select the type of download you prefer (normal or torrent) and download the OS When you've downloaded burn it as a disk image as a CD, reboot your pc with the cd inserted burned and start installation procedure.
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