How To Make Your Linux and VPNs Installs Easier

If you want to get started with VPNs and Linux without a lot of hassle, here are some recommendations:

Get A Pre-Configured VPN Router


A pre-configured VPN router can provide all your computers and mobile devices with encrypted internet connections. You won’t have to install a VPN client on each device, and all your devices count as one connection with your VPN provider.

The easiest way to install a VPN router is to buy one that is pre-flashed and pre-configured for a specific VPN service. See my article “The Best VPN Routers Of 2014” for more information.

A Desktop With Linux Pre-Installed


ThinkPenguin sells desktop and laptop computers that come with Linux pre-installed and pre-configured. It’s the easiest way to get up-and-running with Linux. Their latest desktop model is the Penguin Wee 4th Gen GNU / Linux Desktop, selling for $449. It comes with an Intel® Core™ i3-4130T (3M Cache, 2.90 GHz) 4th Generation Haswell processor, support for HDMI, DVI, VGA, USB 3.0, Intel HD 4400 graphics.

 A Easy-To-Use Linux: Luna Elementary OS

Elementary OS Luna is a Linux distribution that closely resembles Apple’s OS X. It was designed to create “a consistent user experience with a minimal need for configuration and documentation”.

See my article “Luna by Elementary OS” for more information.

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