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Beginner's Intro to the KDE Desktop 
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This introductory article provides an overview of the KDE interface and tips on basic configuration. It's part of our "Windows to Linux" series and helps make those first few steps into the KDE desktop world as easy as possible. I've noticed that more and more new users of KDE are non-techies and need an introduction to get quickly started. Hopefully this will help!

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Linux Primer 
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This Linux primer is an introduction for people new to both Linux and Unix. If you have never ventured beyond the Macintosh or Microsoft DOS/Windows, then this Linux primer is for you.

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The Linux Guide for Windows Users 
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Some people come to Linux because they're sick of spyware and adware, and they want something more secure. Some people just want to try something different. Some people love the idea of "free" software (free as in cost-free and/or free as in freedom). Some people have old computers that can't run any version of Windows except 3.1. You could come to Linux with any of those reasons or any other reasons, and the Linux communities will likely be more than happy to help you find your way through the land of the penguin.

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Windows to Linux: A Beginner's Guide 
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If you have any experience with Windows, the switch to Linux will be relatively simple. Truly, the biggest challenge is to find the tools and applications you need in Linux. This beginner HOW-TO article will hopefully give you plenty of ideas how to access those key tools and how they relate to Windows.

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