Essayar o installar

Face le transition! Tu pote comprar un computator con GNU/Linux pre-installate, o tu pote facer le experientia del libertate in vostre computator actual.

Try out the live USB stick

Launch operating system

Non prende alcun risco

Using a live USB stick means that GNU/Linux will be running on your computer without installing anything. It's a risk-less way to try and see by yourself what GNU/Linux is.

When running on a live USB stick, your computer uses solely the USB stick to work (without accessing the hard drive inside). You can launch all of the default programs, edit documents, and browse the web.

Iste maniera de uso es solmente pro essayar le systema, e es un poco lente (le initialisation prende cinque minutas, e le programmas se lancea alquanto lentemente). Si tu decide a installar le systema, illo functionara multo plus rapidemente.

Requisitos

For the distributions we recommend, the live USB stick is the same as the installation medium. You can download an ISO image (rather large file) and then create a bootable USB stick (recommended) or burn it to a CD or DVD. Burning to a CD/DVD may be necessary when installing GNU/Linux on an older system which can not boot from USB. You can then use it to install GNU/Linux onto your computer.

To use a live USB stick, you need a little bit of curiosity, and fifteen minutes of free time, but no advanced knowledge in computing. If you feel confident simply using Windows or macOS from time to time, then this is within your reach.

Installation "dual boot"

Selection de systema al initio

It is possible to install GNU/Linux along with Windows or macOS. This means that upon start-up, you will be greeted with a screen allowing you to boot into the operating system you prefer.

Setting up a dual-boot can be helpful if you need time to abandon restrictive software. It is not difficult to set-up, though erasing Windows or macOS altogether is even easier.

Requisitos

Installing GNU/Linux on your computer will take you less than 30 minutes. It is not an obvious step for complete beginners, but if you use computers on a daily basis this is very likely within your reach. If you have already re-installed Windows or macOS on your computer, rest assured that installing GNU/Linux is no harder.

Get the image you need

For the distributions we recommend, the live USB stick is the same as the installation medium. You can download an ISO image (rather large file) and then create a bootable USB stick (recommended) or burn it to a CD or DVD. Burning to a CD/DVD may be necessary when installing GNU/Linux on an older system which can not boot from USB. You can then use it to install GNU/Linux onto your computer.

Nota ben: Le CDs que vos compra e illos que vos discarga es identic! GNU/Linux es software libere. Tu paga solmente un taxa de tractamento/expedition.

Software libere pre-installate

Librem Mini

Not all computers are shipped with Windows or macOS. If you do not wish to make the install yourself, or are in need of new hardware, you can get a laptop or a desktop pre-installed with GNU/Linux. LinuxPreloaded.com has compiled a list of vendors pre-installing GNU/Linux just for that reason.