Are you wanting to learn Linux but you haven’t a clue where to start? Not sure what version of Linux to use? Then you start with MakeUseOf’s beginner guide to Ubuntu. It’s a free guide that explains everything you need to know about using Ubuntu as a beginner Linux user.
Ubuntu is a great version of Linux and is one of the more popular versions of Linux. Everyone from beginners to seasoned users swear by it.
What is Ubuntu
Ubuntu is an ancient African word meaning ‘humanity to others’. It also means ‘I am what I am because of who we all are’. The Ubuntu operating system brings the spirit of Ubuntu to the world of computers.”
Ubuntu is an open-source computer operating system that has over twenty million users. But its more, it’s a community and for some its life. Some have even gone as for as tossing out the traditional operating systems such as Windows and Mac moved into the powerful user friendly OS that its always growing. And best of all, its free! Image Source: Flickr
If you already know what is Linux and Ubuntu is and you stumbled across this article looking for a way to get started with Linux and Ubuntu, then you are in the right place or I should say just a click away from the right location to getting you started with Ubuntu.
“Ubuntu: An Absolute Beginner’s Guide”
Recently I decided it was time to get back into learning and using Ubuntu. But, I needed a lot more information about migrating a system over to Ubuntu and how to use it like a pro. I did a lot of research and I found information everywhere but not all in one place. Then one day I happened to take a look at MakeUseOf’s Free Guide Books page and found a great guide on Ubuntu.
This guide has it all, you can find almost any topic about Ubuntu you can think up and its all setup for beginner users. You will learn how to install Ubuntu, how to migrate to the current version of Ubuntu, and how use the OS to its full potential.
After reading this guide, I found it useful for beginners, if you know more than a beginner, then this may be too low level for you. But it’s a quick read and it’s a great refresher for those that have been away from linux and Ubuntu for a while.