OSGuides is an online resource dedicated to offering the latest news, guides, and step-by-step tutorials on some of the most common operating systems available, with a particular focus on providing easy to understand information. Whether you’ve been using computers on a daily basis for the last ten years, or even you’ve just switched on a laptop for the first time – we have simple walk-through guides to cater for all.
The objective of OSGuides is to provide well written and easy to read tutorials and guides suitable for all age groups and levels of experience. Rather than blindly following the steps like you find with other tutorials online, OSGuides explains the various options available and more importantly, details the steps to allow you the user, to understand your options with timely notes and additional comments to explain important elements that you follow.
OSGuides covers all recent releases of Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, as well as popular Linux distributions such as Debian, Slackware, openSUSE, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Fedora, Arch, Gentoo and CentOS, providing guides and tutorials detailing their installation, as well as further configuration guides and walk-through tutorials for those less familiar with the OS’ operation.
Whether you need help installing the latest release of Ubuntu Linux, help updating it from a previous version, or help performing post-install configuration and services; if it’s OS-related, the chances are we have a guide or tutorial that covers it.
As OSGuides grows, we’ll look to expand and cover a much wider range; Solaris, Unix and other Unix-like operating systems such as BSD, and Google’s Chrome OS, to name but a few. OSGuides will also branch out to cover mobile OS’ like Apple’s very popular iOS, Google’s Android mobile OS and Research In Motion’s upcoming Blackberry 10 OS, amongst many others.
We hope you’ll join us on our path to creating a friendly online community dedicated to covering all things OS-related.
The OSGuides team