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Distribution: Debian Sarge ( lol I should generalize to: Debian Testing )
sounds not like an issue?!
Just play arround I would say.
Try an live system if you not already have a linux installed.
Depending on your hardware and habbits may give distrowatch a chance to help you to choose one and then just start using it...
First of all try to understand the OS , it is different from windows
0. Learn GUI
1. Learn the file system
2. Learn about GRUB
3. Learn the boot process
4. Learn basic navigation commands
5. Learn to monitor the system performance and hardware
6. Learn file management commands
This should give you good foundation in Linux and later on you can keep learning and keep growing