These Apps Make Linux Usable Now
July 23rd, 2018
59 mins 56 secs
About this Episode
The year of the Linux desktop has become a cliché. In 2018 has a Forbes writer finally found a distro that has one click installs for every app he used to use on Windows? Microsoft ports PowerShell to a Linux snap, and of course your calls go to the front of the line!
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