Skype is easy to use for people that prefer to utilize Linux operating systems. All a person has to do is follow the instructions included on Skype's website that detail the entire process from download to troubleshooting.
"Yes, there are skype programs made specifically for different computer operating systems. Choose the one compatibale with your computer and you should have no problems."
Yes. Skype provides pre-built packages for several Linux distros. You can find them in the "Related links" below.
Aptitude is console-based frontend to the APT package manager on Debian and Debain-based Linux systems. It's actually pretty powerful and easy to use.
Linux is a monolithic kernel. Some operating systems with a microkernel use Linux as a process for providing drivers, but this is irrelevant to mainstream Linux.
Yes, cloud computing exists for Linux users. You can use almost any of the platforms with Linux.
Some people refers to Linux-based systems as "GNU/Linux" if they use software written fr the GNU operating system.
You will need to use 3rd part add on such as TalkHelper video recorder for Skype which is totally free and easy to use.
Linux, Windows, OSX
As with all operating systems (be they Windows or Linux), there is a period of learning to become familiar with the chosen OS. Ubuntu and Linux Mint are two OS often recommended for beginners. As the various distributions radiating out from the Linux kernel are free to download and use (even to copy and pass on to friends!), it is not usual to try several varieties before settling on one - Ubuntu 14.04 in my case.
"System Administrator" is just that a general sysadmin that more than likely is only certified to use Windows Server and is network-savvy. Whereas a Linux System Administrator is certified in Linux and networking.
use the begginers linux guide www.linux.ie/beginners-linux-guide/