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|Originally Published: Wednesday, 2 February 2000||Author: Rob Thomas|
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Dealing With New Versions
When you first start using Linux, you may notice that version numbers tend to change rather quickly, as software updates a lot faster than you were used to with your previous system. Linux uses a strong open development base, which means bugs and problems are fixed within hours of them being reported. Learn how to deal with all this new software.