It’s very disappointing when a technical solution doesn’t work. Like whether the system should be configured properly or the installation went wrong. Or how can you install the software on a computer that doesn’t have Windows installed?

I used to be a PC geek, but I am now a tech geek. My recent love for Linux has really helped me develop my writing skills. I’m using it as my primary OS, and it’s also the OS that powers most of my devices.

Ubuntu is such a wonderful operating system, it runs on all kinds of hardware and can be used for all kinds of tasks. However, I have to admit that Ubuntu is not perfect: there are some annoying things about it, like the fact that every time I boot up Ubuntu I get a notice that my system needs to upgrade.

In this article we’ll talk a little bit about the concept of “power of technology.” How it works and why it is so important to today’s world.

I am a Linux device guru, but I’m not an expert in any one particular area. I can use Linux as my daily driver, but wouldn’t consider myself a Windows expert. The same is true for anyone who uses technology every day – there are no experts on IT issues that can be found anywhere. If you have ever used Linux or any other operating system or tool, you probably have encountered somebody who thinks that he or she knows everything about your problem and how to fix it. That might be true when dealing with desktop computers, but that doesn’t apply when using web applications such as WordPress, Drupal and WordPress itself!

It all started with Ubuntu, my first linux distribution.

I’ve been a linux user and Linux user for more than 20 years. I ran pretty much all the systems back in my school days (mostly Ubuntu, but also Debian). I never imagined that Linux would become so popular, especially among students.

I still remember so many students who told me they were too busy to read a manual when installing/updating software on their computers. They just went to the web, downloaded and installed whatever software they wanted without reading anything about it or any kind of tutorial on how to do it using the software provided by the vendor. But today, this is changing and there are so many tutorials available on how to configure or use various applications or open source software in different environments. That’s great! Now we have amazing technology which allows us to do all this even if we don’t have time for reading tutorials or finding a book that explains things step by step; basically any piece of information concerning technology.

We can now look at the world with a new set of eyes. We can now use computers to do everything with ease, be we create images or write documents. This is no longer a distance thing – the world has changed and it is no longer the case that we have to travel millions of miles just to access information.

Even though we are still getting used to computers more and more, this will only change as time goes on and people get used to being online all the time. This is not something that you want when you are working for yourself as a copywriter – you want people coming into your office so that they can see how things work so that they don’t need to be exposed regularly to what you are doing behind the scenes in order for them to benefit from your skillset.

The world of technology is amazing. It has so many useful functions that the world becomes so much more interesting and exciting. But even if you don’t know much about computers, you can still use them to do a lot of things that would be possible today with just a command on your terminal.

I also learned about the power of computers as I’ve been working as a developer for over 8 years now since I moved to Dubai from Chennai. Since getting started, I’ve learnt how to program and how Linux has helped me learn software development exponentially faster than any other operating system could ever have done it.

In fact, it’s the main reason why I wanted to write this blog post on Ubuntu’s platform support for technologies such as: Python, Jekyll (a static website generator), Ruby on Rails and other technologies that are not natively supported by Ubuntu (and other major Linux distributions).

I’m a big fan of technology and I’m always fascinated by new technologies that are coming up.

I decided to write this article since I am currently in the process of buying a MacBook Air to replace my laptop, which I’ve been using for almost 3 years. I recently replaced it with an iMac (Macbook Air) because my old laptop is dying and doesn’t have enough storage space anymore.