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Old 02-03-2014, 12:06 PM   #31
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Linux is not limited, users are limited.
I'm pretty much in agreement with Emerson's comment above. Having been a Linux user for many years myself, I find that it's nearly always new end users that are limited, not Linux. The majority of new users fumble right away without lots of hand-holding, while a few new users come to it very determined to learn, so they work at it, succeed, and have fun, and are able to make it work for them.

Those looking for some help have come to a good place.
 
Old 02-03-2014, 12:28 PM   #32
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why linux has so much limitations?
i mean look at windows n iOS, with 1 simple click of the mouse or press of 1 button, n it gives so much options. But in linux, why not GUI is that much versatile and powerful. I am a newbie and facing so much problems and technical difficulties(even though its good for learning), where as in windows every thing is easy to learn and user dont have to go through so much challenges.
Stare at a "smartphone" lately? it's rather limited.
No challenges = no learning.
 
Old 02-13-2014, 08:23 PM   #33
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I am not quite sure what distribution you are referring. You can try both Fedora and Ubuntu for nice GUI based linux.
Easy or versatile is really depends on how many years you are using that OS. For example, when you start use Windows 8, you have learning curve although we are using Windows 7 for years.
But you will be very comfortable with Andriod(Linux) after you familiar with it for years.
Best part of linux is since opensource, it has strong community which will support you.
Good luck with your linux journey.
yes u r right bro
me being a user of Androidloved ths linux based os,n tweaking around n making my way of learning through.thanks 4 ur help n i m determined to learn more linux
 
  


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