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Why Linux Laptops are Awesome

Updated on April 4, 2019

Technology has been a focal point for many decades now especially in the field of electronic computers. It has become a must have product. The young and old alike enjoy the idea of starting their own home businesses or personal blog. They also just love to browse the internet while playing their favorite tech games. It is a lucrative and fun pastime many individuals find useful.

Today, I will discuss one of the best computer brands on the market. My article will specifically cover the Linux Laptop.

Linux's computers may seem outdated since its 1990s birth but it's a useful gadget for consumers.

Today, we will focus on why the brand is coming back in style and its new popularity among computer geeks and business savvy professionals. Now let's take a look at Linux Laptop computers.

Why Choose Linux?

It is fairly obvious why Linux Laptops are in high demand. The cost may vary but it is better than Windows. The average Linux retail price is two hundred to eight hundred U. S dollars. You get more warranty for your money.

Linux Brand laptops are less susceptible to virus and malicious software attacks since it uses a smaller operating system than windows. The difference between the two is that Linux uses an open source operating system in which it doesn't collect user data while Windows uses a commercial system that does collect all user information. The fact is Linux is more private while Windows is not. It is what makes windows more susceptible to hackers and viruses. It is another reason to choose Linux.

The Linux brand comes with superior built in updated software meaning you won't see nagging pop ups for systems updates like you would with Windows. Let's face it, no one has time to constantly reboot their system when they're running a business or trying to complete an important project. Linux will help you work more efficiently without ignoring setbacks.

Success for open source is when the term 'open source' becomes a non-factor in the decision making process, when people hear about Linux and compare it to Windows NT, and they compare it on the feature set and don't have much of an excuse not to use it.

— Brain behlendorf

No more expensive anti virus programs

The benefits of owning a Linux Laptop is numerous. You can skip the expensive anti virus programs since your electronic device will be far less likely to get a virus or the black/blue screen. This means you can bypass the cost of computer geeks fixing your machine.

Linux Laptops come with many gaming system setups. You can download and enjoy your favorite games without worrying about a sudden crash. It is why computer geeks themselves love using the Linux Brand.

Java script and other tech savvy programs are easily available with Linux. These programs run much better on a Linux operating system than Windows. There is faster load time which makes the program run more efficiently. Windows can be quite slow when loading because of its numerous programs and large amount of system updates.

The business savvy themselves find Linux as a more useful options. They're able to run social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter more effectively and set up their tracking codes for affiliate marketing programs with less hassle.

Of course, all of the software I write runs on Linux; that's the beauty of standards, and of cross-platform code. I don't have to run your OS, and you don't have to run mine, and we can use the same applications anyway!

— Jamie Zawinski

Pros outweighs cons for Linux devices

The prospect is better than the cons of owning a Linux device. Some Linux can come with a hefty price tag but it really depends on your individual needs. If you're using Mac or Apple devices for Windows when constructing a writing project installing Linux can be a real pain. It is better to purchase a Linux device that also has a form of Windows already installed so you can finish your writing projects without much of a hassle. Several Dell brand laptops model include a Linux operating system as well a form of Windows. This will take care of all your business and gaming needs. There are other brands as well that include Windows in its marketing packages. Check my list below for Linux companies and their software devices. You can always skip windows altogether and apt for the Linux form of the program. The brand also has a similar form for your writing or blogging needs. With that said, this concludes my blog on the Linux computer brand. Please, feel free to leave your comments below. As always, I look forward to hearing from you. Happy shopping for your next awesome Linux device.

What commercialism has brought into Linux has been the incentive to make a good distribution that is easy to use and that has all the packaging issues worked out.

— Linux Torvalds- CEO of Linux Software

Companies that sell great Linux Laptops

Dell check out their Ubuntu devices
Emperor Linux
The Linux laptop
Mint Box Mini 2 it comes out in June 2019
Think penguim

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