What is Linux?
Linux is, in simplest terms, an operating system. It is
the software on a computer that enables applications
and the computer operator to access the devices on
the computer to perform desired functions. The
operating system (OS) relays instructions from an
application to, for instance, the computer's
Creator of Linux
Linus Torvalds, the internationally famous creator of
the Linux operating system (which powers your
Android phone and most of the internet), does not in
way, shape or form suffer from Imposter's
Companies That use Linux
The most obvious advantage of using Linux is the
fact that it is free to obtain, while Microsoft products
are available for a hefty and sometimes recurring fee.
Microsoft licenses typically are only allowed to be
installed on a single computer, whereas a Linux
distribution can be installed on any number of
computers, without paying a single dime.