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Old 10-16-2006, 08:13 PM   #1
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Is Linspire any good ref: 64 bit desktop

I am about to defect from microsoft . Searching through the net pages keeps throwing up Linspire . Looks great! This is to be installed on a AMD 64 bit just thrown together desktop . What do you think ?? Has anyone had any experience .
Old 10-16-2006, 08:54 PM   #2
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I have never used linspire but I have heard of and used some alternatives made to be friendly. I suppose linspire might be the most user friendly but using these forums I got by with ubuntu very well. Anyway I would try running virtual machines like vmware. They recently realeased a free player and you can download ubuntu as a virtual machine from their site. Try out the diffrent distrubutions and see how you like them. If they seem like too much I suppose you could try linspire but it is not in the spirit of linux because you have to pay for it. Anyway it is up to you but I recomend ubuntu or if you want it to be more like linspire get kubuntu with the kde desktop. Linspire uses kde.


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