Do you have an older PC that runs slower and slower as time goes by? Or maybe Windows has crashed and is no longer working. This is the case for so many people, and too often they stop using older PCs because they believe that these computers have become "obsolete" and "useless." Amazingly though, many of these PCs can still be used for everyday tasks such as surfing the Internet, sending and receiving emails, watching videos, listening to music, and creating documents..... simply by replacing aging or ancient versions of Windows with a modern Linux operating system. Before you give up on an older PC or even worse throw it away, be sure to explore the pages on this website. Here you will find valuable information about Linux and how to easily install it on older and newer computers alike!
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Updated December 1, 2013