Linux for human beings

Just days ago, I sat and wonder if computers are perhaps very much like humans. I have to say I’m guilty for wanting to work out how we can implement Artificial Intelligent to computers, to robots. Doesn’t human communication in workplace, considering the inevitable presence of different level of people import, from cogs for simple jobs to coordinators for vital issue that akin to more responsibilities, exactly like how any Operating System would rate their own workload?

Humans do work like computers. When we learn something new, it’s like a computer installing a new program. We learn art, while a computer learns desktop themes or such, that comes in different formats which was made by artists from the latter. In the computing world, there are such a thing as languages and yes they do work like how humans of different cultures have different languages of unique form of logic, or if you so prefer to see it as- of conversing an idea. Some common computer languages are C#, JavaScript, Python, C++ and a thousand more, though only few are learnt by computer geniuses these days depending on their specific fields. Some even learn without the thoughts of expecting cash return. Canonical offers free services to all users who have downloaded the operating system they supported, Ubuntu. But if you so require more assistance or support but from leading experts, you will have to then approach them for their service at a pretty… high price.

As I’m using it for home use and mainly Web browsing, Ubuntu works perfectly fine. It has Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox that decodes websites the way Safari from Apple Mac computers or Internet Explorer from Windows computers do. The best part is, viruses weren’t ever apprehended as the market shares for Linux based operating system are too low for those who hoards money. I’m not sure, though, why people still aren’t willing to switch to a different OS since after all, they are pretty much the same and does pretty much the same job at a cheaper and assured manner. Sometimes Linux may be faster than Windows. Quoting from a source, Ubuntu boots in seconds compared to a Windows computer of the same non-volatile memory.

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Author: Kai Chong

A student, and an Entrepreneur. Kai loves exploring the Internet, trying out micro startups of his own and receiving American media. He hails from Singapore, and is an agnostic. He loves to interact over devices and dislikes waiting for responses for too long.

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