Linux so easy, even a grandmother can use it

Following up on Linux visibility now reaching NY Times, WSJ. Steven Yelvington has switched his grandmother and his mother-in-law to Ubuntu’s Linux.

Grandma can use it. Kids can use it. Installation is not a problem. In many dimensions, especially performance, security and nagware-free user experience, it’s superior.

It can have problems, though:

If you don’t collide with hardware that the manufacturer won’t support on Linux, you’re set.

If you do, you’re stuck, at least until the Linux developers guess their way to success.

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