Getting Started with Linux Special Edition #30 - Print Issue

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Pre-order Now: Special Edition #30: Getting Started with Linux

More Powerful, More Secure, More Fun

Welcome to Getting Started with Linux! This special edition gives you all you need to install and explore the powerful Linux operating system.

If you're fed up with paying for software, or if you're just curious about what Linux is and how it works, read on for a special guided tour and join the Linux revolution!

On the DVD: openSUSE Leap 42.3 (64-bit)

Getting Started with Linux Special Edition #30 - Print Issue

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Installing openSUSE
We show you how to install Linux using the openSUSE Leap DVD attached to this issue.

Managing openSUSE with YaST
YaST is the openSUSE system control center.

Security
Lock down your system with these security tools.

Plasma Desktop
openSUSE’s KDE Plasma desktop is not only pretty, it is piled high with cool features.

Linux Crash Course
A tour of some important Linux concepts will help you start to think like an experienced user.

Multimedia Players
Watch videos, play music, and stream Internet radio stations.

Backup with Déjà Dup
Implement a comprehensive backup plan to protect your data.

Wine
Run windows programs in Linux.

Tor Browser
Surf the Internet anonymously on the Tor network with the Tor Browser.

KDE’s Personal Information Managers
KDE Plasma’s PIM tools help you organize your contacts, calendars, and email efficiently.

digiKam
Manage your photo collection with this useful desktop too!

Firefox
For many users, the web browser is the most important application.

LibreOffice Office Suite
LibreOffice is an open source office suite with a word processer, database, spreadsheet, presentation tool, and more.

Photo Processing
with Gimp Touch up your digital images with the Gimp image processing tool.

Games on Linux
Linux supports a variety of games and game platforms.

Retro Gaming
Linux, an emulator, and a joystick are all you need to play classic computer games from the 1980s and 1990s.

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