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> To me changing Operating systems is akin to changing religions, so I have
> some questions.
> Do you think I should download this version of Linux??? You once advised
> that I should be using Linux, so what do you think?
> Will there be any changes in usage or new things to learn?
> Note: All is working well, and I have no problems at the moment, but many
> tech web sites are saying Linux is the way to go.
> A little late in the game, but if it is to my advantage, why not?
I recently 'converted' 2 or 3 people to Linux. One of them I support
quite closely. I can anonymise my replies to him and then form an
Debian is probably not the best of distibutions of Linux for beginners.
If you want programs like Open Office and Firefox pre-installed. I
suggest you look into Ubuntu.
The address above enables you to get the CD shipped to your house for
_free_ (Linux is free, as always as so are programs that run on it). You
can use the "Live CD" to get hands-on experience with Linux _without_
affecting Windows. If you are happy, then you can install it as your
permanent operating system. Either way, I suggest you order the CD from
the address above. The Live CD means that you needn't make any
changes... it's like a trial version. It should run smoothly on older
computer like yours too. That's one of the reasons why I strongly
Roy S. Schestowitz
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