1. What are the major differences between Windows OS's and Linux
2. I'm aware that there are different versions of Linux. Is there a good version for someone newer to linux?
3. How do I learn how to operate Linux?
Please respond and let me know.
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I have another question related to this. I've been told that the linux interface is "hard" to learn. Isn't it pretty much just a new os similar to a mac and windows? What's so hard about that?
Also, is a version of debian any good?
no, wiht both ubuntu and SUSE, htey come with a program galled GRUB, this program sets up the options for dualboot. if you don't have a windows disk, then I would recommend purchasing a small harddrive to use as a slave. their fairly inexpensive now. you cna pick upo a 80gig hard drive for around $70 to $100.
To get it to the dual boot, did you have to re-install windows? Because I don't have the disk so this would be a problem.
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