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Old 01-20-2013, 09:36 PM   #1
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Hey everyone,

I just returned to my good old Ubuntu Partition on my Laptop since I'm now on the end of my exchange semester and will be returning to the "real life" - means I don't need no exe Language learning tools anymore and when I'm back home in a few weeks I can have an hour of amusement on my Playstation again - and dude am I happy with the tidy and well working Linux again Made a Win7 fresh installation 6 months ago and after that short time the system already feels like 20 times slower than before. Glad to leave it behind. Just upgrading to 12.10 and looking forward to read and write a bit in this forum
See you around!
 
  


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