What is Linux?
Linux is an open-source operating system (OS) for computers that resembles Unix and directly governs the hardware and resources of a system, including the CPU, memory, and storage, as well as the interaction of software and hardware. It is thought to be faster and more secure than Windows, and Linux Torvalds initially made it available for PCs on October 5, 1991. It is generally based on the Linux Kernel and freely distributable (low-level system software that is used to manage hardware resources for users). It can also be installed on mobile devices, laptops, desktop computers, notebooks, etc. Ubuntu, Debian, SUSE Linux, Gentoo, and other Linux OS variants are examples.
What is Linux?
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