No, really. Walk into any school now, and you'll see millions of Linux machines. They're called Chromebooks. For a free project launched 30 years ago today, it's an amazing feat.
This day in 1991 the first version of Linux kernel (0.01) was released on the Internet. To celebrate, we're taking a closer look at what Linux is, how to install it, how to use it to play PC games, and why it might just be the perfect alternative to Windows 11, if you're ready for a switch. Yes, 2021 really is the year of Linux.