@ademalsasa this is the best solution since gnu linux is friendly
@kind hi BeesGNU, thanks, you are right GNU/Linux is friendly.
@ademalsasa good luck on that advicings, I'm think there are just going to W10 then the same situation I left behing Winston around 4 years ago, I'm really happy on that actually at home all runs on Linux
@castrillo hello, Jose. Thanks! I really appreciate anyone supporting GNU/Linux.
For those who decided to use W10 anyway, I will kindly remind them there are built-in malicious software in it and the reference is https://www.gnu.org/proprietary/malware-microsoft.html among others.
@ademalsasa imho the presentation here doesn't exactly make it easy to adopt it.. The list of options linked to isn't exactly the most-used or easiest ones to adopt.. (At least as far as i can ascertain)
What about Linux Mint or something..(to be honest i am not sure what to suggest) Or some other not quite perfect choices, but.. easier to actually do.
@jasper hello Jasper, what a nice opinion. Thanks! In usability and easiness, yes, we really need an OS that is easy just as Windows. Trisquel is the one closest to it.
Hi Jasper, I have a slightly different opinion to The GNU Project, that GNU/Linux OS is should be taught. To me GNU/Linux is about teaching. I am teaching it in Indonesia.
So, it is not merely about "easiness", but it should be taught one by one, little by little, until a student reaches independence in using it.
For people who care about, support, or build Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS).