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Linux getting an ever expanding group of video and graphics (and audio) editors – – mainly for casual hobbyists but now expanding into the pro area.
Well written article which explains the value of the CLI (Command Line Interface). True, most of that value applies to more advanced users and systems folks, . . . but the CLI can save both a “pro’s” and “newby’s” butt in certain situations.
The link below provides detailed info on why you don’t want to be running Kaspersky AV . . . . really, the best solution is not to need an AV at all . . . . (hint: Linux Mint or Ubuntu or any Linux distro does not require AV).
We talked about it for a long time. MS discontinuing support & sales of standalone Office Suite. Now it’s a “real-thing” . . .
See this ZDNet post for more info: MS Office 2019
Looks like the new wifi security standard (WPA3) still has issues:
See below link for details . . .
Chrome has some new quality features – – read the details at the link below. While I usually use Firefox, I totally respect the capabilities of the Chrome browser . . . (and being by far the easiest to manage and configure).
Very well done article – providing a summary with a side by side comparison, followed by a long, detailed analysis of each OS’s features and functionalities.
Worth reading to better understand why I’ve recommended Linux for our Club Members these last few years. Simply put, for most common and everyday users, it’s just a safer & smoother experience. And the great support Community is an added bonus.
Interesting article for Windows & Linux users alike. Each Operating System has “Portable Apps” which have several differences when compared to standard “Installed Apps” . . . so see the write up at HTG’s website for details – including pros & cons.