If you are new to Linux world and want to learn all about Linux operating system such as its installation process, its configuration settings, tweaking, troubleshooting and customizing Linux user interface and functionality, etc, then this topic will definitely help you.
In this tutorial, we are going to list some of our exclusive articles links which will help you in learning A to Z of Linux. These articles will help you in customizing Linux user interface, creating Linux bootable USB drives, learning Linux commands and much more.
So without wasting time lets start the tutorial:
Creating Bootable USB drive to Install Linux
Following tutorial will help you in creating a bootable USB drive containing your desired Linux distribution setup. With the help of this bootable USB drive, you can install Linux in any computer system easily and quickly.
Test and Learn Linux Commands
If you want to learn and test Linux commands using a web browser, following tutorial will help you. You can run and test any desired Linux command right from your favorite web browser without even installing Linux in your computer system.
Access Linux Partitions from Windows Desktop
If you have a dual-boot computer system containing Linux and Windows operating system and if you want to access Linux partitions in Windows Explorer, following tutorial will help you.
You can take help of various free software to mount and browse Linux partitions right from Windows operating system.
Get Windows Vista DreamScene Feature in Linux
Microsoft introduced an interesting feature "DreamScene" in Windows Vista which allows users to use any desired video clip as Desktop background. If you use Linux and want to enjoy similar feature, following article will help you:
Get Windows or Mac OS X look-like User Interface in Linux
If you want Windows XP, Windows 7 or Mac OS X style user interface in Linux operating system, following tutorials will help you. These tutorials contain some transformation packs and Linux distributions which provide Windows or Mac OS X like look-n-feel in Linux operating system.
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