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I Have now decited to try Linux Suse 9.1 64bit version because i own a A64 machine. The big question is, Will I be able to play games in fullscreen.
It's like this, i play too much Counter-strike but i hate windows so f****** much that i would try some new. Would i be able to play games like Doom3 UT2k4, Warcraft III TFT and Steam(CS). If i can run these games in Fullscreen i definatly change OS right away.
Thx all, i am so happo to hear that it was not the case.... now i wil try Linux thats for sure, but is Suse Linux 9.1 64bit the best for me as a newb? One of my classmates gave me the idear an now i will realise it. Would Suse be a good choice for me?
BTW. I go to alot of LAN's and i would really like to play with others. But would there be any problem creating servers so the others with windows xp ect. can connect and play or me connecting to windows related servers ?