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: Xubuntu 18.04 LTS

: Distrohopping Round Trip

: The Last Skate on the Rideau Canal for this Year

: Lubuntu 18.10

: Wildlife

: Skating for Transportation

: Skiing to Shilly Shally Cabin in Gatineau Park

: Skiing to Keogan Cabin in Gatineau Park

: Snowshoeing in Andrew Haydon Park

: Snowshoeing in the Greenbelt

: Skiing to Renaud Cabin in Gatineau Park

: New Video: Snowfall in Ottawa

: Scanner Access Not Easy

: New Recipe – Hummus

: Video Editing With Kdenlive 17.12.3

: Skiing in Gatineau Park

: New Video: The Girl With The Pink Rucksack Skis Gatineau Park

: Skating The Rideau Canal

: New Video: The Girl With The Pink Rucksack Skates The Rideau Canal

: Skiing Restarts

: Ice Skating in the New Year

: New page posted for 2019 photos

: The Canadian Private Fleet Growth Drops in 2018

: More Ice Skating

: New Video: Ice Skating in the dark on the Rink of Dreams

: Quilting

: New Recipe – Sweet Potato & Carrot Soup

: New Video: Ice Skating on the Rink of Dreams on Boxing Day

: In Thunder Bay

: LibreOffice Impress

: Volunteering

: Cross Country Skiing Starts

: New Recipe – Coconut Chocolate Macaroons

: A Hike in Gatineau Park to Huron

: Vesper's Haul Out

: New Video: Indoor Ice Skating

: Sailing Season Comes to an End

: New Video: Last Sail of 2018

: The Falkon 3.0.0 Web Browser

: Is Mozilla Planning to Charge for Firefox?

: Ice Skating Starts

: FeatherPad Text Editor



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Linux

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Since Adam has been using Linux-based computer operating systems and you could be too, for free!

We use the Lubuntu operating system. Linux is free, very stable, has tens of thousands of free applications to do everything you need and doesn't run Windows viruses or spyware. If you want to read about Adam's experiences switching from Windows to Linux, have a look at The Ubuntu Diaries Part I, Part II and Part III. I also supply Linux DVDs.

These two websites have some very useful background for people new to Linux:

For information on free and open source software for Windows have a look at the Windows Open Source/ Freeware Project. Adam also has a Best of Free Windows Software DVD for users on dial-up who can't download huge files themselves.

For a list of recommended free software for all operating systems see the Free Software List.


Worthwhile free software that we use