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Old 11-15-2011, 01:16 AM   #16
robbieman
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thank you all for your advices which i will follow,for your information,im currently trying out Xubuntu xface lucid which i found is running quite well ,and for your information also ,ive tried the docky system in xubuntu and it runs well in my system,although the cpu is working at minnimum3% to maximum 55%, and ram is under45% ,but i will try all your advices and find out which is the best system for this kind of pc hardware configuration and post my findings , and once again thank you all for generous advices and suggestions ,and i thank you from the bottom of my heart, see you all soon,thanks again
 
  


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