With the death of Windows XP, now is the perfect time to switch to Linux
Are you one of the few hundred million people that are still using Windows XP, We have a suggestion for you: It’s time to make the switch to Linux. With Official closing of Windows XP, the the launch and release of Ubuntu 14 and Linux Mint a veritable and surprisingly healthy software bundle and gaming ecosystems (Steam in !), there has never been a better time to switch to Linux.
Linux will also run very fast and stable on any old, Windows XP-era hardware that you might still be using, too ( a great financial incentive, every penny counts these days)— and if you’re anxious that you’ll be filled with switchers remorse after nuking your Windows installation, don’t worry: dual-booting is a option we can provide for you, and you can still hang on to your defunct Xp.
Why switch to Linux?
There are all sorts of reasons for switching to Linux, from financial to ideological to functional, and everything in between. For some tasks, Linux is far superior to Windows.
More importantly, though, there are many tasks where Windows isn’t significantly better than Linux — such as surfing the web (Chrome for Ubuntu is the same as Chrome for Windows or OS X). Even for gaming, Linux is definitely catching up with Windows, thanks to Steam and the Source engine.
For most everyday tasks, thanks to advanced browsers like Chrome and Firefox, and the maturity of web apps like Gmail and Google Docs, you may be surprised by how functional and useful Linux proves.
What should you do after We have installed Linux for you?
The best thing you can do after we have installed Linux for you is to use it. Although you may miss the blue screen of death, as Linux never throws an error in your face. So we will provide you with a blue screen of death image to look at whenever you may wish to.