Is Linux Difficult to Use? - page 6
Linux is designed to be fast, responsive and flexible. There is excellent and free Internet support and documentation available. The graphical user interface is similar in design to that on any other system and a very powerful command line alternative is also available. So Linux can get the things done you need doing. So go ahead, wait no longer: create those partitions and install that beast; Linux is user friendly.
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