Ah, Linux, the software that everyone seems to like, but major companies don’t want to use for operating systems. Why is that anyway? The mystery of Linux is something that many people may never understand. But if you’re interested in learning more about Linux, what it is and what it can do for you, you might want to keep reading. After all, the only way to keep the Linux myth alive is to make sure that you continue to talk about it.
The Myth of Linux
Open to All, Open to Changes
The truth is that Linux has a lot of things that make it the superior system to other computer programs. It is a program that anyone can get from online resources. You don’t have to go to a store and you don’t have to write it up yourself. All you have to do is to install it and then you can customize it to your preferences. That’s really the selling point of the system, that you don’t have to be stuck with the way the program is wrote. You can come up with your own program, with your own features and systems. You can also pass on these changes to other users, which creates a Linux community that works together to help each other make the most of their computers.
Freedom and Free Code
Yes, Linux is free. And you can find plenty of free open source software like File Zilla also. This is really the selling point of the system, as everyone wants something for free. The system can be installed without any price and without any future prices. In fact, those that decide to change the code are actually not allowed to charge anything for those changes. Something for free, you just can’t beat it. Won’t see Microsoft or Apple doing that any time soon.
With Linux, the main concern is that while the system is customizable and free, it’s also a system that can only be customized when you know what you’re doing. And when you do this, yes, the system is far superior. But if you don’t know what to do, you will not be able to make the most of the system and the programming tools it has.