A Nice Linux Resource
Summer is flying by! Fiona did more dance classes; Arthur had his ninth birthday last week and he’s going to tennis camp in Brockport this week. We’ve been having too much fun for me to think about writing anything!
But I have to make a quick post today about a great Linux website I found the other day. It’s very concise, easy to understand and has lots of links. All and all, a great informational resource for anyone wanting to learn more about Linux-based operating systems. It’s called Renewable PCs.com, and the main page explains how most Linux distros use less system resources than Microsoft Windows and are great for bringing new life to aging PCs. But it’s a lot more than that, so check it out.
Also, this article was what attracted my attention to the website: What is the difference between GNOME, KDE, Xfce, and LXDE? It gives a beautiful overview of the major desktop environments that run on Linux (even Enlightenment/E-17) and relates to a previous post I made.
While I’m at it, here’s a wonderful review of Bodhi Linux from Infinitely Galactic.
That’s all for now. Enjoy the rest of summer while you can!