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Linux is the best-known and most-used open source operating system. As an operating system, Linux is software that sits underneath all of the other software on a computer, receiving requests from those programs and relaying these requests to the computer’s hardware. Learn more on our what is Linux resource page.

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This article is part of a special series of 24 days of Linux desktops. The Lumina desktop is a shortcut to a quick and sensible Fluxbox-based desktop with all the things you can't live without.
Linux keys on the keyboard for a desktop computer

This article is part of a special series of 24 days of Linux desktops. If you remember GNOME 2 fondly, the Mate Linux desktop will fulfill your need for nostalgia.
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This article is part of a special series of 24 days of Linux desktops. The Openbox Linux window manager is light on system resources, easy to configure, and a pleasure to use.
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Need more (or faster) storage? Seamlessly replace your old hard disk drive with a new solid-state drive.
An old-fashioned video camera

Forget the same old holiday programming and, instead, enjoy these interesting presentations from the Linux event of the year.
and old computer and a new computer, representing migration to new software or hardware

This article is part of a special series of 24 days of Linux desktops. JWM's meager weight and simplicity makes it a great window manager for slow or old Linux computers.
a checklist for a team

Ksnip allows you to create and mark up screenshots in Linux with ease.
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This article is part of a special series of 24 days of Linux desktops. If you're looking for a lightweight, fast, and simple Linux window manager, FVWM qualifies. But if you're looking for something to dig into, explore, and hack, then FVWM is a must.