I wiped my laptop drives clean this weekend, reinstalled Windows 10, and added Ubuntu (Linux) as a second operating system, setting my trusty lappy up as a dual boot system for the first time.
Last time I played with Linux it was a choppy experience, but this time I’m really liking Ubuntu. If it wasn’t for things like Photoshop/Illustrator/InDesign, I think I’d make the switch to Ubuntu and leave the world of Windows in my wake.
Yesterday and today, I spent a few hours learning how to install software, reading up on various security settings, tweaking settings… and generally getting to know the Ubuntu environment a bit better. I’m quite proud of my noobness and particularly enjoyed learning how to install applications in different ways:
(I think James May would wear a shirt with the pattern I’ve put together for the featured image of this post.)