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About Adam & Lynn

: My 2015 Writing Project Reaches 210 Articles

: My Best of Free Windows Software DVD has been updated with Avidemux 2.6.10, ClamWin 0.98.7, FileZilla 3.11.0.2, Firefox 39.0, LibreOffice 4.4.4 & Thunderbird 38.0.1

: New Video - Cycling in Ottawa - the Bytown Museum Hill

: New Web Page, Lynn & Adam's Art Project

: Tires Again, Updated, on The Catrike Diaries

: Biking

: Sailing

: My 2015 Writing Project Reaches 200 Articles

: My 2015 Writing Project Reaches 190 Articles

: Rideau Falls and Rideau Hall

: New Video - The Rideau Falls

: New Video - STV Black Jack Tacks at the Commodore's Sail Past

: Tires Again, on The Catrike Diaries

: My 2015 Writing Project Reaches 180 Articles

: New Video - Cycling in Ottawa - Lynn & Adam on the Eastern Greenbelt Pathway

: First Sail of the Summer

: Privacy Badger

: My 2015 Writing Project Reaches 170 Articles

: Youtube-DL - The Command Line Video Downloader

: Upgrading to Lubuntu 15.04 - Updated!

: Scotfree's Mast Raising

-: In Quebec City

: My 2015 Writing Project Reaches 160 Articles

: At Andrew Haydon Park

: Launching Scotfree

: At The Canadian Tulip Festival

: Whois - The Command Line Domain System Tool

: Upgrading to Lubuntu 15.04 - Updated!

: My Best of Free Windows Software DVD has been updated with Firefox 38.0 & LibreOffice 4.4.3

: Three Years Without a Haircut

: Upgrading to Lubuntu 15.04 - Updated!

: Ruth's Tulips Return

: Tulips at Hogs Back Falls

: My 2015 Writing Project Reaches 150 Articles

: Guvcview: Lubuntu 15.04's Webcam



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Linux

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

Right now I am using 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. It is perfect for me. If you want to read about my 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. I also have 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 I currently use