64bit Laptops & PC's
Wait - Don't throw that older machine away! Save your existing PC or Laptop today by installing a fast and secure version of Open Source Linux
Configured to look just like your Windows Desktop and compatible to write to any of your Microsoft Office Docs, Spreadsheets, or other related types of Microsoft Operating System proprietory software.
Fast, easy, and clean -- Your new Linux build will bring new life to your older 64bit hardware without any complicated work-arounds, backweb, or bloat. Escape the need for virus and spyware protection because the Linux Kernel is it's own protection. The days of spending hundreds of dollars a year just to have the latest operating system builds are over
Never have to worry about finding specific drivers or other software to run with your hardware - From PC units produced in 2010 to the latest touch screen technologies, your new Linux build will handle the software and the hardware with just a touch or the click of your mousepad or mouse in a fast, secured, Linux repository environment
Give your Laptop or PC the same stability and security that your smart phone has by installing an operating system that has 70% of the market cornered -- Give yourself Linux.
Here are just a few of the builds being offered with touch screen compatability (if needed) 64bit:
- Linux Mint
- Custom Installs
- Dual-Boot Linux/Windows 7/10
Dual Boot options are available too in case you aren't quite sure or ready to give up your previous Windows operating system build. Operating system builds are included via flash drive in case you decide to eliminate your Windows build altogether.
WINE (Wine Is Not an Emulator) is installed by default as well so that you can keep and run some of your favorite 3rd party Windows specific applications.
Wine is a compatibility layer capable of running Windows applications on several POSIX-compliant operating systems, such as Linux, Mac OSX, & BSD. Instead of simulating internal Windows logic like a virtual machine or emulator, Wine translates Windows API calls into POSIX calls on-the-fly, eliminating the performance and memory penalties of other methods and allowing you to cleanly integrate Windows applications into your desktop.
Shopping for a good PC or Laptop on the internet or in the store can be a somewhat impossible and daunting task for those who aren't quite sure about all of the spec's and operating system mumbo-jumbo -- When you price out a Windows machine against a Linux machine (OEM) you'll clearly see the superior product by it's price. Linux machines are clearly more expensive because the operating system software is a far higher quality.
Instead of paying the $900.00 for a new Linux OEM machine, you can have that same quality software installed on your current machine for less than what Microsoft charges for it's new Surface.
Whether it be Skype, WebCam, Microphone, Video Editing, or any other function, you'll never have to worry about having to purchase or install 3rd party software because Linux will write to your computing needs in ways that Windows can't.
You can even stay with your favorite Google Chrome if you like, or use Open Source Chromium or Firefox -- All of your bookmarks and current browser configurations can be transfered from your Windows build into your new Linux build if you so desire.
Pricing Options at $25hr
- This includes but may not be limited to a full and complete operating system install 64bit (touch screen if needed) to your machine of what type of Linux build you require or prefer. (includes multiple desktop themes). Wireless or fixed ethernet connectivity (or both) - Builds include NO advertising, backweb, or 3rd party offers for paid services. Standard installs range in the 1/2 to 1 hour time frames depending on what you need or want - Custom installs that required extra programming may take up to 2 hours depending on processor speeds (basic minimal installs are about 20 minutes - and while you wait in many cases).
Added essential Microsoft software, like Photoshop or Microsoft Office for instance, can be installed into your new Linux operating system build for an additional fee.
Please Note: - All OEM operating system installs are UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) compliant.