One more quick question -
I am still learning this OS, so some of these questions might be very basic.
Anyhow, if I save a document that I create while running the Knoppix Linux OS, I am assuming I can direct where I want to save it on either of my hard drives, correct? And if I can, I am also assuming I can only get to them though Linux, that they will not be accessible via Windows. And if that's true, will Windows realize Knoppix Linux placed something on my hard drive, as there will be no path? Or is there a chance Windows will write over something and visa-versa?
(OK perhaps more than one question)
And, this OS seems as if it contains the entire file system on the CD, so, in essence, I would assume I could run it if both of my hard drives totally stopped working. Does it use anything from my system, other than the hardware? And will the changes I made, like having the mouse accelerate, be cleared when I shut down and re-boot to Windows?
OK that's all of them for now
Seriously, thanks in advance. I am just a bit apprehensive of poking around too much with this, until I learn more about what it will do. With Windows, I can usually undo my mistakes. If not, I come here.