Top positive review
Excellent for anyone just starting (or considering) changing from Windows to Ubuntu Linux.
on 12 August 2015
After my older computer crashed on the Windows 10 update, I tried Ubuntu on it. From time to time I've looked at one or other Linux distribution, but never felt confident to swap Windows for Ubuntu or other Linux distribution. Until Windows 10. This book is what it says. A short book of tips, which I'm referring still referring to. Normally I'd never review a book until I'd read it fully, but given the nature of this book, it is a reference of tips, useful tips. Like how to start and close applications to let you do things. (Firefox browser, Thunderbird mail program, set up user accounts, etc.) and there's a clickable table of contents to take you right to the chapter desired. This is a short book, it won't make anyone a Ubuntu Linix guru, but as a new user of Ubuntu I'd say it's extremely useful and well worth the modest price. Especially, it is encouraging enough to not put me off Ubuntu, but simply helps me to get to grips with using the operating system. For what this book is, excellent and worth 10 stars, never mind 5 stars.