Getting started with Ubuntu—a free and open-source software suite—is a great way to get more comfortable with computers, and learn about operating systems.
Now that you're familiar with the basics of Ubuntu, and have the operating system installed and ready to go, it's time to learn about navigating the interface.
The best known image manipulation and editing software comes from Adobe, but when working in Ubuntu you have a very powerful alternative, called GIMP!
In this Ubuntu lesson for beginners try connecting to the Internet! Discover the network manager, and set up wireless, wired, or VPN Internet connections.
Just because you've moved over to Linux doesn't mean you need to give up working with documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Try LibreOffice on Linux!
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