Linux is a family of open-source Unix-like operating systems currently known as the leading choice on servers, at least at the moment.
The defining component is none other than the Linux kernel, an operating system kernel that was the result of pure hobby and passion coming from Linus Torvalds in 1991.
Since it is released under the GNU General Public License, users have no restrictions when it comes to running, modifying, and even sharing the software. The changed code can also be sold but under the same license.
For a better understanding of its popularity, simply consider that over 60% of the marketplace images from Microsoft’s Azure are Linux-based.
Quick tips and great tools for Linux users
- Can’t install Linux with Windows 10? Here’s what to do
- Here’s how to fix Windows 10 Bootloader from Linux
- 5 best VPNs for Linux Mint
- 4 great Linux emulators for your Windows 10 PC
- 5 best Linux compatible printers [HP, Canon, Brother]
Don’t hesitate to check out our Linux section in order to find out more about this Unix-like computer operating system.