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Give it a try! To download, first see if you have a 32 bit or 64 bit OS http://pcsupport.about.com/od/windows-8/a/windows-8-64-bit-32-bit.htm Then, download the appropriate .iso 32 bit .iso 64 bit .iso After dowloading the appropriate iso, download Linux Liveusb creator Plug your flashdrive in, run Lili, and follow the instructions. Change source to an iso ...
You can pay for Ubuntu when you're downloading it: There would be no tax deductions and there cannot be because Canonical Inc., the company that makes Ubuntu, is a for-profit entity; you cannot donate money to it and have a tax deduction.
Is there any online facility to donate to Ubuntu on a recurrent (monthly) basis? No. The only way to donate on a regular base is to spend money in the Ubuntu shop; you could buy T-shirts and donate those or get tons of Ubuntu disks and give them away. Canonical believes this is the preferred method since both us and them benefit from it. Well ...
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