Media praise for Ubuntu for Non-Geeks

"I would recommend this handy guidebook to anyone who wishes to explore this powerful Linux environment, and has basic familiarity with a MS Windows or Apple Macintosh PC. "
-- Ira Laefsky,

"The bottom line is that this is a good book for a non-Linux computer savvy person to learn and get up-to-speed with Ubuntu."
-- Craig S. Mullins, Data and Technology Today

"Anyone wishing to quickly learn Ubuntu Linux will find this book extremely useful."
-- Terry Wagner, HiTech Review

"Overall, if you are trying to learn Ubuntu, this book is a great resource. You will find it easy to read and understand and it will really assist you in your overall comprehension."
-- Chris L., Dad of Divas

"No Starch Press is a great supporter of Ubuntu—and Linux in general—and has brought Ubuntu for Non-Geeks to a new level of excellence with this edition. An exemplar of technical communication that maintains its focus on practicality."
-- Major Keary, Linux Users of Victoria Inc.

"Clearly presented and aimed squarely at the non-technical end user, Ubuntu for Non-Geeks, 4th Edition lands very much on target. "
-- Fridtjof, GameVortex Communications AKA Matt Paddock, Game Vortex

"I found Ubuntu for Non-Geeks a valuable guide for the user who wants to explore this version of Linux. It gives the prospective user enough information to get rolling, and points him or her in the right direction to explore Ubuntu to whatever depth is desired."
-- Paul Madarasz, eJournal of the Tucson Computer Society, May 2011, Volume 29, Number 5