I have a Gateway netbook with Windows 7 starter. I installed the Ubuntu 10 version of Linux. But I don’t think it installed on it’s its own partition, because it never asked me about the size or anything of a partition or which partition to use. So, I followed some instructions on the internet to put Linux on its own partition, but how do I know its really on there?
Announced by Canonical Ltd. on 22 July 2013, Ubuntu Edge was a proposed “high concept” smartphone. Through, Indiegogo. Canonical sought to crowdfund a production run of approximately 40,000 units through […]
This is a nice review about Ubuntu 13.04 – Raring Ringtail. Interesting that this release seems to use less system resources than the previous version — a good thing for […]
This is a good discussion as to why Windows users have a hard time moving to linux. However, if you are open to new things, then you should listen to […]
Now that Ubuntu is coming out with a new release, let’s see what they have added. What’s new in Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail Final Beta (the main Ubuntu flavour – […]