Today's experienced computer user doesn't have time to set up and learn a new operating system and programs alone. This book shows an ordinary computer user who is comfortable with using Microsoft Windows and associated popular applications how Linux works and how using it is similar in many ways to their current software. Then it guides them through the wonderful world of popular Linux applications that perform the same day to day functions they're used to on their Windows computer - word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics processing, email, Internet browsing, pictures, music and video, and more.Ita#39;s common to find severe vulnerahilities in Microsoft products that go unpatched for months. ... Open-source-software vulnerahilities, on the other hand, when they are discovered (and despite the availahility of all of the source code, thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Linux Transfer for Power Users|
|Publisher||:||Hentzenwerke - 2004-01-01|