XFCE auto window maximize when title bar touches the top screen edge can be annoying some times. Here is how you can disable it.
People migrating to GNU/Linux usually know about the zip compression and archiving utility. But GNU/Linux support a lot of other compression formats. Let us see what are the different things available
The GNU/Linux systems provide complete support to create compressed file... usually what people refere as a zip file!!
The GNU/Linux systems provide users to update there system to latest packages and security update through the GUI....
The GNU/Linux systems provide users options of different Graphical Users Interface(s). Even thought there are different GUI(s), the usage primarily is same.
The actual install involves backing up data and predetermine space requirements for you new Linux system on your machine.
The hard drive need to be partitioned properly before you can install GNU/Linux system, some time if you want to keep the existing OS, you will need to resize the existing parts to make space for the new OS
The ISO image of a GNU/Linux Distribution is a huge file, if it gets corrupted during the download or while copying from some place, your whole installation could go bad
The Linux kernel is widely used now a days to for a usable system, generally what people refer as an OS, which we prefer to call as GNU/Linux distribution. Linux itself is available as a Free Software as well as most of the GNU/Linux Distributions are also available under similar FOSS licenses.
Linux is an operating system, core kernel or the actual operating system. It was developed by Linus Torvalds. The first prototypes of Linux were publicly released later that year (1991) under the GNU General Public License, designed and drafted by Richard Stallman commonly knows as RMS the free software guru.