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Migrate from Windows to Linux
Linux Mint 18 - The Ultimate Cold Turkey Survival Guide By Roger Lee
eBook (ePub): $9.99
This is a living ebook. New chapters added each month. Written from the perspective of a Windows user gone cold turkey this ebook intends to answer all of the common questions you would have after... More > migrating to Linux. Everything from handling hard drives, installing the OS, updates, installing the best video driver, elevating privileges, and how to install software. Plus matters of comfort like Watching TV, Netflix, Shockwave Flash, and video editing. Advanced issues like viewing hardware, checking for bad blocks, and full and fast drive encryption and secure deletion. This 3rd ebook is the most complete I have ever written covering the changes in Linux tech such as SystemD, changes to APT, support for modern hardware, UEFI and GPT, power management, AMD going full open source, and Firefox supporting Netflix.com. From QEMU with GPU passthrough to advanced blacklisting to blueray compression from the shell to downloading entire YouTube playlists. 261 chapters in all.< Less
Linux Mint 17 : Abandon Microsoft Today By Roger Lee
eBook (ePub): $9.99
This book is a journal of my complete and full conversion to using Linux Mint 17 exclusively over a period of one year. Fully illustrated with 193 chapters. Written from the perspective of a Windows... More > user gone cold turkey this book intends to answer all of the common questions you would have after migrating to Linux. Everything from handling hard drives, installing the OS, updates, installing the best video driver, elevating privileges, and how to install software. Plus matters of comfort like Watching TV, Netflix, Shockwave Flash, and video editing. Advanced issues like viewing hardware, checking for bad blocks, and full and fast drive encryption and secure deletion. There is something for everyone in this book. Many of the procedures in this book are pure gems. Some took as long as 6 months to develop. Many of them you will never find anywhere else. Here in lies one year of pure pain, now you go enjoy a painless migration to Linux. Sincerely, Roger< Less