In the new Linux world you can read, among other things, how to continue using older notebooks with Linux. Now at the kiosk and in the PC-WELT shop.
LinuxWelt 6/2022 at the kiosk: Linux for every PC!
How about the following suggestion: Anyone who wants to buy a new electronic device must first bring another to the recycling center. And just to see the incredible amounts of electronics that end up in the scrap heap. We throw away the stuff by the bucketload every day. In the statistics for 2019, the Federal Environment Agency shows almost one million tons of electronic scrap from German households. That is almost 10 kilograms per inhabitant – and every small child and every elderly senior counts. Then maybe it would be better like this: Instead of taking the device to the recycling center, you don’t buy a new one, install a small, slim and fast Linux – and be happy that the device is purring like a kitten again. Because by no means does old hardware always have to be recycled, you can fix it faster than a new PC with the right system and a little specialist knowledge. We explain in detail how this works in this issue. And the best thing about it: the good environmental conscience and the savings are free on top of that. If that’s not worth it!
You can read that and much more in the new LinuxWelt 6/2022 – order now at the kiosk or conveniently in the PC-WELT shop!
A selection of topics in the new Linux world:
Special I – Linux for hardware oldies
Special II – Linux Mint 21
Special III – Chief Service Systemd
Network, Hardware, Raspberry
This is what you will find on the DVD:
Linux World 6/2022
is now available at newsstands for EUR 8.99. Alternatively, you can also order the magazine from our online shop and have it conveniently sent to your home or download it as an e-paper.
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