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March 1st, 2015

February’s Top Ten

These are the ten most read articles on FOSS Force for the month of January, 2015.

1. Welcome the New Breed of Linux Users by Christine Hall. Published February 2, 2015. Linux use is no longer the exclusive domain of geeks and computer nerds.

2. How About a Chromebook on Steroids? by Jim Anderson. Published February 9, 2015. Our guest writer has a vision of a redesigned Chromebook that can do much more.

3. CrunchBang: The Rest of the Story by Larry Cafiero. Published February 18, 2015. What fork is the rightful heir to CrunchBang…and does it really matter?

4. CrunchBang Development Halted by FOSS Force staff. Published February 6, 2015. News story announcing the end of development for the popular CrunchBang Linux distro.

5. When Linux Distros Are Abandoned by Ken Starks. Published February 10, 2015. The importance of choosing a distro that’s sure to remain under development for mission critical tasks.

6. Five Linux Distros for New Users by FOSS Force staff. Published February 26, 2015. A look at five Ubuntu based Linux distros designed with the new user in mind.

7. 1:31 A.M. Doesn’t Care Who You Are… by Ken Starks. Published February 3, 2015. Meeting a fellow Linux user when and where you least expect it.

8. Microsoft Snoops In Skype, Dissed By HP & More by FOSS Force staff. Published May 24, 2013. An old FOSS Week in Review column from the days when Snowden was just beginning to tell his story.

9. SCALE Prep Continues; Will Dell Get It Right? by Larry Cafiero. Published January 30, 2015. Cafiero talks SCALE and Dell in this FOSS Week in Review.

10. Running Bodhi 3.0.0 Legacy on Older Hardware by Christine Hall. Published February 23, 2015. A look at Bodhi Linux’s new Legacy edition on an old IBM branded Lenovo ThinkPad.

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