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I am preparing a guide for Ubuntu Beginners. The primary aim of the guide it to help beginners and noobs to understand Ubuntu easily with least possible usages of commands and using terminal. But, it does not means we will be installing hundreds of apps.
Ubuntu Beginner guide will help you to adopt Ubuntu OS as your primary operating system without putting a lot of efforts.
If you have any suggestion don’t hesitate to submit the contact form. I will also be grateful if you will send us some tips. Also, I am not a familiar with Ubuntu a lot but we will be definitely be Ubuntu Power Users sometime. Let’s start with the topics:
Ubuntu Beginner’s Guide – Chapters
- An Introduction to Ubuntu Operating System
- The concept of Free and Open Source Software (a.k.a FOSS)
- Brief History of Ubuntu OS and Canonical Ltd.
- Installing Ubuntu
- Booting your Ubuntu for first time.
- Basics of Ubuntu
- Introduction to the terminal (What is Terminal)
- What does Supported Versions means
- Why should you update Ubuntu Regularly
- Basics of Ubuntu Security
- Ubuntu Documentation, Support and Community.
- Official Documentations
- Get your questions answered.
- Downloadable Guides
- Unofficial Documentations.
- Stay in touch – Popular Ubuntu Blogs and News Resources.
Here is a list of sites, blogs, documentations, Books, E-Books (both free and nonfree) who helped me to create this guide.
I will create an Ubuntu glossary but sometime later, after creating the Ubuntu Beginner’s Guide.
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