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Ensure that Windows Update is an important part of your regular system maintenance.
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Start off your life with Linux on the right foot by following these few beginning steps.
Even if you haven’t opted to run Linux on your computers, you can still use it to save malware-infected Windows machines.
Here's a tip, in the Ubuntu open source tradition, to help smooth the process of downloading version 10.10 of the Linux OS for Canonical and other users.
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If you choose these free, open source alternatives to expensive proprietary software such as Microsoft Office, your business can save a bundle.