Linux is the name of the Kernel of operating systems named distributions. A Linux distribution contains the kernel and other software in order to have a fully functional operating system. A desktop distribution contains basically the kernel, tools, libraries, a window manager as well as a graphical user interface and some applications. Examples for Linux distributions : Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian.
It's free, yes - most distributions are free of charge ! Linux distributions are not as resource hungry as Windows is. You can run a Linux distribution on older machines for years. Most viruses are designed for Windows, the Linux distributions are not affected by them. And last but not least; you don't have to defragment your harddisk.
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