Linux Tutorials
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  • Multiuser capability: Multiple users can access the same system resources like memory, hard disk, etc. But they have to use different terminals to operate.
  • Multitasking: More than one function can be performed simultaneously by dividing the CPU time intelligently.
  • Portability: Portability doesn’t mean it is smaller in file size or can be carried in pen drives or memory cards. It means that it support different types of hardware.
  • Security: It provides security in three ways namely authenticating (by assigning password and login ID), authorization (by assigning permission to read, write and execute) and encryption (converts file into an unreadable format).
  • Live CD/USB: Almost all Linux distros provide live CD/USB so that users can run/try it without installing it.
  • Graphical User Interface (X Window system): Linux is command line based OS but it can be converted to GUI based by installing packages.
  • Support’s customized keyboard: As it is used worldwide, hence supports different languages keyboards.
  • Application support: It has its own software repository from where users can download and install many applications.
  • File System: Provides hierarchical file system in which files and directories are arranged.
  • Open Source: Linux code is freely available to all and is a community based development project.

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