Linux is Everywhere

By Debesh Choudhury | TechFuture | 17 Feb 2022


In the year 1999, I decided to try GNU/Linux operating system for my desktop computer. It was one of the most remarkable experiments I did in my computing life.

Then, I had applied for a Japanese Government Scholarship which I received. I was in Tokyo, Japan between Oct 2000 and Mar 2002. In Japan, I purchased my first laptop in the year 2001. It was an IBM Thinkpad. At that time, IBM used to sell laptop computers.

I also tried GNU/Linux on my laptop. In the beginning, it was a dual-boot. Since, 2002, I discarded the proprietary Widows OS. Then, Linux became by default OS on the desktop as well as the laptop.


Do you know where on this earth Linux OS and open-source software are used?

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You would be amazed to know that the top government offices and businesses run on Linux. The list is such an enormous!

GNU/Linux OS can run almost anything and everything in this modern world. Many people are either unaware of that or do not accept that fact relating to Linux.

You might be curious where Linux and open source-source software are being used in this world. Some of you might have heard that Linux operating systems can run super-computers. 


I invite you to explore the impact of Linux, and Open-Source Software

The list of Linux applications in this modern world is ever-increasing.

There is just not any field where Linux and open-source software haven't got any applications.

I invite you to try and explore the excellent domain of Linux, and open-source software.

 

Postscript

I belong to STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics. I am also interested in Arts and Fine Art. So, the field becomes Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics - STEAM.

I am also a solution architect for password and cybersecurity relevant to the blockchain and cryptocurrency.

To me, cryptocurrencies are just one financial instrument.

Cryptocurrencies are nothing more and nothing less than that unless the technology is specially customized for non-financial applications.

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February 17, 2022.

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Debesh Choudhury
Debesh Choudhury

I am a solution architect for Digital Identity, Data Privacy, Password & Cybersecurity, Distributed Ledgers, IoT, a researcher & academician of Electronics, Computer Eng. & IT, an Entrepreneur & Tech Blogger.


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