Set Up Your Home Office on Linux: a Guide for Windows Users
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After a lot of careful consideration you have decided to switch over from Windows to Linux. There are any number of good reasons to do this. You're ready to take the next step and actually get your office up and running. You've come to the right place; keep reading. This article will walk you through the process.
You could have chosen to make the switch for any number of reasons.
You have decided that the cost savings of using free software are worth the learning curve of switching to a new operating system.
You have come to realize that open source software gives you access to levels of customization that you will never have if you stick with Windows.
You know that you do not want to have to constantly upgrade your hardware in order to meet the Windows minimum system requirements of a new operating system.
That goes double for the requirements that only exist to allow home based-users to watch HD downloads on their PC. Your computer is used for more serious applications. You are here to work, and not to play!
Now, you are ready to set up your home office on a Linux-based machine. You are just not sure how to begin the process. Well, never fear! You are in the right place.
Here you will find step-by-step instructions on how to make the change over to a Linux-based home office. We will take you from PC to Linux with all of your files set up and needed software installed. Then we will look at some training resources that can help you to conquer the learning curve and have you using your Linux like a native. Now, let's begin the process.