Welcome back tweakerxp
Irrespective of whether you chose Ubuntu, Slackware or Debian, the important thing is that (a) you have a choice and (b) it is all still GNU/Linux. Personally, that's one of the things that always brings a smile to my face - the fact there is so much choice. When one uses Windows, it is very easy to think that computing begins and ends with Microsoft, that there is no choice, and then - there is even less choice in that some development team in Redmond has decided what it is that should be in my
operating system. So, you've had your first experience with the range of choices that will confront you as a GNU/Linux user - it comes in any colour and any flavour you like, and can be endlessly configured to suit your purposes!!!
Now - buckle your seat belt because your trip is about to start: have a ball because now, for the first time ever your computer is truly yours
. You have prised it from the grip of Microsoft, and now it is a brand new opportunity for you to discover your
machine in a way that has hitherto not been possible. Enjoy!!!