What's the difference between hardware and software?👇🏻⠀
Hardware is best described as a device, such as a hard drive, that is physically connected to the computer or something that can be physically touched. ⠀
Software is a collection of data or computer instructions that tell the computer how to work. ⠀
What do you think it's easier, being a software or hardware engineer❓What do you wanna be❓⠀
A CD-ROM, computer display monitor, printer are all examples of computer hardware.⌨️⠀
The Internet browser that we installed in our system, as well as the operating system on which the browser is running on, is considered software.👩🏻💻⠀
An oldie but a goodie from when I was working in Norway. I've been on a hyper focus spree for the past 14 hrs so no time to take pictures 🇸🇯 📸 #inthezone#programming ...
I QUIT MY JOB ☠️🖤 ...
How difficult is it to switch from Windows to Linux? 👇🏻
It depends on what you are in the habit of using Windows for. If you mainly use it for web browsing any os works as well. If something else, there will be a transition period.
If you are a developer, the terminal in Linux is a wild card. You can do almost anything with it. This includes software installation, application and server configurations and much more.
There are plenty of Linux distributions out there to choose from. I personally use Ubuntu.
Would you/did you switch from Windows to Linux or reverse❓ What is your fave distribution for daily use❓👩🏻💻💁🏻♀️ ...