This is not a test, but it would be interesting to see the number of people who have used (or even heard of) a Linux distro before.
Linux is an amazing operating system for many reasons but perhaps the most surprising thing about it is not the scaleability and flexibility of it, but the fact that so many people are not aware of it. I won’t repeat the factuals (typo intended) of Linux, as they’re readily available elsewhere, but I will say that if you have yet to do any work on it – you should continue reading.
Brief introduction: Linux is an free-and-open source model operating system, meaning that anyone can take it and bend it to their will. This allows for great focus on need-based OS models where specific processes have the OS designed -around- them. In short there are multiple version of Linux, hundreds really, called “distributions”…
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