- December 9, 2008 at 6:38 pm #28389
I am willing to pass on by either download or snail mail Linux Suse 11.0 which is the probably one of the easier distros to work with and works well with all versions of windows on a dual boot. If your interested just send me a pmIf I get enough response I will add a Suse forum as wellBearDecember 9, 2008 at 9:40 pm #30471
I have had nothing to do with Linux, however I would be intersted in finding out… I would like to see some screen shots and a list comparring Windows and Linux.. Another thing would be how to install it..What programs run under Linux? I am interested in this to tell people to use this when they don't have a copy of Windows. We could always add Linux to the OS section?? Really hope there is some interest Bear.December 10, 2008 at 1:50 am #30472
To answer your first question Linux Suse can do anything windows can do (except play games) don't worry on line gaming works fineThe download of course does not have as much if you got the box set, but with the added suppositories you can get everythingthe current download has 16 gig of applicationsDecember 21, 2012 at 7:47 am #30473
Linux Pros And Conspros:it just works. freedom from future licensing restrictions, forced paid upgrades and intrusive spyware from both the os provider and 3rd party developers.cons:you may have to think a little during install. then again you might not have to - depends on your hardware. six month after switching you will probably not even consider windows an alternative to linux. seriously.if i buy a pair of shoes then i want to be able to determine when it's time for a new pair. and i don't want my shoes contacting the manufacture to tell them where I go, what paths I take and how long I stay there. =)
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