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bjf1377 @ Jun 3, 2010
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The GIGGAS @ Jan 29, 2009
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Well I tried it for a week or so and I really did like it. But Windows 7 came along and I tried that. But honestly with as glitchy as this is I may try to go back to Kubuntu, and if I do, it'll probably be for a longer period of time
Well, you've made more of a jump than most people are willing to. I've heard good things about Windows 7 but it's also still in development, so it's bound to have bugs and glitches. Take some good time with both OSes.
 
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The GIGGAS @ Jan 29, 2009
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I'm actually still looking into it. I've been trying to see what programs I can use on it and I was debating if I should try dual-booting Vista & Kubuntu at the same time to test it all out
Hey bjf... it's been a while since we've talked last. Any new developments on your trial of Linux?
 
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The GIGGAS @ Dec 8, 2008
Bah, my long reply decided to disappear. Anyway, there are a lot of alternatives to proprietary software. You can always try to virtualize an XP/Vista computer, or use Wine. Gaming isn't great, but it's growing. Linux got a OOTP version recently. KDE or Gnome, they're both good, pick your preference. Look at them both. Ubuntu = Gnome, Kubuntu = KDE. If you have more questions, let me know.
 

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