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Unread 18-10-2012, 04:25 PM   #151
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Yeah im just gonna wait until her Crapbook breaks (it is about eight years old now), then sort her out with a Linux laptop, maybe my current one.

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I prefer using windows because sometimes there are many difficulties and complexities with the linux in installing drivers and softwares.
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GAMER at heart, and that is the only reason i use windows
apart from that , i love linux
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Why is that stupid? Because everybody got used to an easier way of just clicking on "Next", "Next", "Finish"?

Although, using Linux doesn't mean you have to do everything from command line. RootbeaR can testify he used and is still using PCLinuxOS for years by now (if I remember right from one of his posts, if I'm wrong please correct me) without using command line at all.
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