I’ve added a new page called “How My Desktop Looks….” which is gonna showcase my computers look and feel as I keep on customizing it to suit my needs and to check out how creative I am(well, not always). Check it out!
Plus I’ll be giving a tutorial on how to customize yours to look like you want it to.
First of all, I need to clear it out that Linux by itself is not an operating system. It’s just a kernel which forms the base of the OS. Various companies as well as communities put this kernel together with the useful softwares and drivers for various hardware to create a full-fledged operating systems, known as Linux Distributions(or simply distros). Examples of such companies are Red Hat(Red Hat Enterprise Linux), Novell(SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop). Some community driven distros are Fedora, Ubuntu, openSUSE, Arch etc.
Linux is all about choice. Make choices and see if it fits your needs; if it does good, if it doesn’t cool there are lots of other options. For instance, you could choose from any of the above mentioned or hundreds of others available out there. Again, you could choose which kind of desktop environment you want; there are many available like GNOME or KDE or some lighter ones like XFCE, openbox, fluxbox etc.
The sheer amount of choices available go on to show the amount of customization you could do with your OS. Search for the components that best suit your needs and set it up as you like it.
These are few of the many advantages that Linux brings with itself. That’s all for now. Next time we’ll see which OS suits you needs and how to install one of them. Till then,
First of all I’m really sorry to be absent for a period this long. I got really stuck with studies and other stuff. So I just couldn’t carve out time for you guys. Also, I was unable to get a good topic to base my blog on. Finally, I’ve decided to talk about GNU/Linux. So, keep yourself tuned in to my weblog.
Thanks and Cheers!! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! 🙂