LOL Linux is very different to windows you have to type commands to install and run programs. Windows you just click.
Put any person who has never used linux on it and they would struggle. (btw I'm not up for an argument lol)
yes linux is different to windows but no idea why you think that holycowz, because no you don't always have to use command line to install or run things, like everything to do with computers there are usually always more than one way to do most things.
in fact at the moment i can't think of a single program i use regularly where i used the command line to install or run it, firefox, handbrake, vlc, virtualbox, etc. etc. were all installed or run by using only the mouse.
any person can sit in front of my setups and use them without any problems at all and never need to use the command line once. don't forget we're talking about "using" the os and not "setting it up"
i've used linux for at least 10 years and in fact i don't even have a windows pc in my home, yet my guests never use the cli and can always use my pc's without issues to do what they want like get on the web or check emails etc. etc. using just the mouse.
they also love using my mythtv pvr setup to watch videos and record or watch tv programs using just the remote.
so that's why my initial query to you about how penu was "more like windows to use" than any other linux os. and my opinion that they are all the same to me. by the way i use opensuse 64bit leap42.
I like Debian, Unbuntu and Mint and have been playing with a new one called Penu which is a lot more like windows to use.
i'm always curious when i see people say that about a linux os, just how is it more like windows to use?
far as i'm concerned every linux os i've used is exactly like windows to use.
i just move mouse and click, exactly the same as in windows.
at the moment i'm watching netflix on one monitor/tv while writing this post on the other and i never needed to use the cli once.
Edited by terry1966, 21 October 2016 - 08:23 PM.