Boot from a LiveCD. What is a LiveCD. Normally, OS is installed on the local disk and then will be loaded from harddisk. However, OS can also be directly put into memory and running from there without harddisk.
Normally, OS is installed on the local disk and then will be loaded from harddisk.
However, OS can also be directly put into memory and running from there without harddisk.
LiveCD has everything an OS needed to run and when booting from a CD-ROM, the OS will be loaded from the CD and directly into memory.
BIOS is where you can basically configure your hardware
1. Press "F12" (computer-dependent)
2. Choose "System Setup"
3. Browse around and look for "Boot Sequence"
4. Press "ESC" to exit
Linux is an open source Operating System(OS).
There are many people favorite in customizing Linux in different look. So there are many different versions of Linux. We call them Linux Distributions
All are online, available, free!
More? Just google it. They are really popular and easy to find!
Here is an shortcut for Potsdam folks
DVD--- 4.7GBytes (1G = 1024M)
1. Physically put a blank CD/DVD into the burner
2. Find the disc image file(.iso)
3. Right click the disc image and click "Open with Brasero"
4. Select the disc image and Select the proper burner
5. Click the button "Burn"
It is just that simple!
Can you install software on it?
Yes, but once poweroff, all are gone!
Can you save your file?
Save it on a usb or in the Internet, or it will also be gone
Why? Because it boots from CD/DVD, but CD/DVD is unwritable.