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I have used F17 for a while. I liked Gnome back when it was 2.0. Installed KDE, and ran it for a while, but never really liked it. It looks so much like Windows and kind of bloated to me. Was looking at replacing Fedora with Linux Mint, but was affraid it would not run in my box. Looked up how to install Cinnamon and could have not been easier. It is my new desktop/windows manager, is Gnome 2 updated to today. Until this morning I was dual booting F17 with Windows 7, but since I kept getting BSOD more often than none (#1 reason I started dual booting) when I booted into Windows I began researching how to do the things I kept Windows for. And honestly I don't need windows. My droid is rooted and set up how I like. I found out I can connect my iPod without using Wine. And since LinuxQuestions and Google are around for the long haul, I'll be researching anything else I might need.