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Top 7 Linux Tips And Tricks For Beginners

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Understanding the wonderful and weird Linux world with the most popular distro of the world is not always the simplest of works, specifically if you are used to clean embrace of the Windows. You should know something about the Operating System, and operating with some effective and interesting tools by following guide.

Operate essential updates

Linux installation will aware you instantly to any variations that have to be made after the installation, specifically if you have installed from the Live CD that could not be completely updated. The Ubuntu software alerts the user about this through the orange flash notification in its taskbar. You should now click on this notification and then enter the admin password. Then, you have to utilize an Update Manager to install important files. Also, System| Update Manager will show you it.

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Top 7 Linux Tips and Tricks for Beginners??

HOW IS THIS RELATED TO LINUX? It is an Ubuntu Beginners list if anything. I am a "Beginner", I have only been using Linux for about 1.5 years, and Ubuntu is not for beginners. It took less than 48 Hours to figure out that Ubuntu was a piece of trash, and not acceptable as an Operating System.The title of this needs to be changed.

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