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There are may reason why someone may not want to or be able to use a USB stick, CD, or DVD to install a Linux distribution (no CDs laying around, and your mobo won’t boot to USB, or your just don’t feel like it, cool.) Luckily, you can easily install Linux without needing either. I will, naturally, be using Fedora as an example, and giving a guide for both users currently running Linux or Windows.
The new numbers suggest malware threats on Microsoft are up 43% this year. If this trend continues, maybe people will pay more attention to this. It should already be cumbersome that Windows machines already have a need to keep anti-virus software running, which is a major drag on performance.
WARNING: THIS POST IS A MOVIE SPOILER!