How to Try Linux Without a Classical Installation

For many different reasons you may not be able to install Linux on your computer.

Maybe you are not familiar with words like partitioning and bootloader maybe you share the PC with your family maybe you dont feel comfortable to wipe out your hard drive and start over or maybe you just want to see how it looks before proceeding with a full installation.

I know it feels frustrating but no worries we have got you covered.

In this article we will explore several ways to try Linux out without the hassle of a classical installation.

In the Linux world there are several distributions which are quite different between them.

Some are general purpose operating systems some others are created with a specific use case in mind. That being said I know how confusing this can be for a beginner.


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