Linux is cool not just because it’s free and open-source, more often than not, that’s because it’s so powerful. For example, it is used to build large servers with high performance and high stability; to make the old computers bloom; as desktop or office operating system for individual users or enterprise users, and more. I think any users who are interested in computers, somewhat get tired of Windows, and want to try some new OS, they may want to begin to reach the mysterious Linux operating system. But if you want to make learning Linux easy, you really need a good book for the level of beginners. Continue reading Linux All-in-One For Dummies, 4th & 5th Editions HD PDF, EPUB
Remix OS (short for Remix Operating System) is an Android OS based on Android-x86 Open Source Project (AOSP) through deep customization and secondary development. It was started by 3 ex-Google engineers from China, written in C (core), C++, Java (UI). Remix OS for PC allows users to run Android mobile apps/games on any Intel-based PC, and mainly uses tablet PC, all-in-one machine, smart display as its carrier at present. Continue reading Remix OS for PC – World’s first true Android OS for PC
Well, this has been the ninth edition of the Linux Bible series of books published by Wiley Publishing. Naturally, Linux Bible, 9th Edition already has a very good reputation and accumulates a wide range of readers -including Linux professionals and amateurs.
MinGW (formerly mingw32, short for Minimalist GNU for Window) is a minimalist free, open source and the most important, pretty darned good compiler for Windows application development using C/C++. Continue reading MinGW – Minimalist GNU developement environment for Windows
For beginners using Windows who are interested in the C/C++ language (anyway, you need to compile your C/C++ programs) or Linux embedded system development, the big headache is switching back and forth between Windows & Linux. Even you have to continuously reboot system in order to achieve the purpose, very troublesome. Cygwin just solved this problem.