Why do you use Linux?

Why do you use Linux?

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There are many reasons why people switch to Linux: cost, stability, security, flexibility, and of course, the value that comes from being open source. Which of these reasons first led you to Linux?

Regardless of what caused you to first make the switch, it's exciting to be a part of a community that supports so many different needs with a single ecosystem of overlapping project. The Linux community gives you choice, through a variety of distributions, to find an operating system that finely matches your individual needs.

So what brought you to the community? Let us know in the comments below, and consider sharing your story with us as a part of our My Linux Story series.

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