Briefly: Software Culture Shock
Starting with Linux can be daunting for longtime Windows or Mac OS X users, and just about everyone who has tried out Linux has had to adjust to the fact that you’re not meant to manage software like you’re used to. This often winds up frustrating users who try to reuse their tried-and-true methods in Linux which often leads to a poor user experience. However, if a new user is willing to learn the basics of how package management works in Linux, they’ll discover the greatest immediate usability improvement that Linux-based operating systems offer compared to their counterparts.
Keep reading for a detailed look at how software management differs on Linux and what users can expect in practical use.
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