Try Ubuntu

Well,Its been 2 years since ive started using Ubuntu Let me outline you the reasons why Ubuntu rises to the top of other Linux variants available ..Before starting ,Let me a give a short Intro to the SHITTY Windows users(Literally Retards) ,Guys Its time for Your menopause with windows….

Y SWITCH TO LINUX:(To All the Meddlesome Morons Supporting Windows)

Secure – Thats true! as Linux does not recognize Win32 Executables so the possibility of having a virus on-board is absolutely 0%

Opens Our Minds – While Windows just teaches you how to install and run a program, Linux helps you do that using a Terminal. So if you fall in a situation where you don’t have a GUI, you can operate things well.

Free Software – Every application and software on Linux is free and open source. You don’t need to worry about licenses anymore and you can always find a better and free Linux alternative to a Windows application.

Open Source – Unlike Windows, Linux distributions are open source and the source code can be edited and modified to the most to suit your needs.

Community Support – It has a very active support and help community where you can get answer to your questions and problems in minutes.


Hardware Recognition: I would have to say that Ubuntu is by far the best Linux variant available today for hardware recognition. I have installed it on different PC’s with completely different hardware and I dont remember any hardware that was not recognized. I have also installed Ubuntu in a few virtual environments without any problem

Easy Switch from Windows: I have been a Windows user ever since I started using a computer. Occasionally I would try a Linux variant to see what all the hype was about, but I never was able to take the plunge until Ubuntu.

Internet Support: The on-line support for Ubuntu is amazing.The amount of documentation out there already is nothing to shake a stick at.UbuntuForums is an amazing place for tips and tricks and general support.

Fast Release Cycle: Ubuntu is set on a six month release cycle so you have a new version out every six months that is usually a pretty big change with a lot of new features. Similar to the yearly OS X release. Upgrading to the new versions is also a snap as they come packaged in the software update tool.

Synaptic Package Manager: This tool makes switching from a Windows environment a breeze. Windows users will feel right at home with this indispensable graphical interface for package management and software installation.

Root Account Disabled by Default: This may not seem like a big deal but it is a huge deal when it comes to security. Ubuntu functions so that the user created during installation is part of the sudo users group and can do root user tasks once authenticated. This means that any Ubuntu computer effectively has a different root user name and since root is the most attacked account on a Linux box, the Ubuntu computer becomes very secure for not having this account enabled by default.

Easy to Dual Boot:Setting up a Linux/Windows dual boot is always a scary proposition for newbies, but with Ubuntu it is easy as pie.Just Head towards the Ubuntu automatic install which uses a rough 5 GB of ur largest continous free space. I have even successfully re-sized a Windows partition to add Ubuntu as a dual boot, but make sure you have a backup first in case something goes wrong.

AutomatiX: AutoMatix is the best free tool for Ubuntu NewBies. This program is a must have when you set up a new Ubuntu box. It installs everything from video drivers to flash browser plug-ins.It is so simple that your Dog could use it.

Ship it For Free:You can Always Point to Shipit and order your cd Based on your Architecture for free of cost