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So far my favorites are: Ubuntu 9.10 and Arch Linux.
Now thats what I call a dual-boot
I love my Ubuntu. In fact. I really don't stray very far from the original settings except for a firewall, theme, and Google Chrome. K.I.S.S. for the GUI.
Arch is a newcomer on my scene but I really like it. It teaches me GNU/Linux and I love the easy configuration. K.I.S.S. for the CLI.
Here I will vote for Ubuntu. I'm just so comfortable using it. Every computer I own for the rest of my life will probably see some Ubuntu.
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Won't ever see that on Windows. (Except for the warranty part )
I am not saying that .... my distribution was best !! because i am not aware of all distributions. perhaps this may take years to check every distribution with my system. my vote is for "just what i was using". that's openSuSE.
I think I am not qualified to vote, because I use only one distro, and have only briefly tried one or two others this year. So I can't really say how well my distro compares.
let's vote for some thing ! if you think only the people who uses all distro's must vote , then no one remains there. vote for what distro you are using ..!! I don't think my distribution was best ! but I voted to add one user to my distro . hahah