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Cake day: June 11th, 2023


  • Linux was hard when you had to install it from a box of floppies, download your software over a 9600 baud modem and get your documentation from a book. Back then, people that had computers knew a lot more than they do today. Most people today wouldn’t be able to get a computer running if it came with a blank hard drive and a windows installer DVD because all they know how to use is a web browser.

    Most people would have no issues using a computer with Linux preinstalled, especially if it has KDE, which looks very similar to windows. Hell, some people probably wouldn’t know the difference as long as it had a Firefox and chrome shortcut on the desktop.