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lol i disagree it should be u can never truely leave slack cause even if u do u'll eventually come back lol. i love slack and its great cause it makes u learn lol unlike some of the other os's ive seen. well i love slack alot n i probably would have givien up my first day if it wasnt' for this forum lol
I've had a few problems thus far, after installing it earlier this week. But, they have forced me to learn more about Linux, something that user-friendly distros like Mandrake don't do as much. So yeah, I like Slack