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Old 03-19-2019, 03:09 AM   #1
qwebb1965
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Thanks for choice


Thanks so much for giving me choices. Started with Mepis, around 2000, on a p-4 pc, replaced windows 98 se on one of our computers.I was amazed how this could be much faster install than 98,(cd and floppies)Then came xp, sp1 then 2 and 3.Vista,Windows 7 and some Windpws 8 and 10.On all of our stuff. Linux eventually replaced all those on different desktops, laptops, at different times to present, for my wife,children and educational things for all. Our Gateway GT 5636e core2 quad had vista 32, still runs with mint 18.3 ssd and hd configuration,Laptop acer 17 inch laptop had Windows 7 now has ubuntu 16.04, and Hp 6200 mt had windows 7 ended up with Linux Mint 19.1 with new ssd. These machines have been tweaked with different Windows and Linux based OS overtime. Linux Os I have tried are to name mostly are Debian, PClinuxOS, Manjaro, Fedora,Ubuntu,Kubuntu, Big Dog linux,Puppy,Mepis, Antix,MX Linux, Elementary OS, all these choices, apps, desktops,, themes and so much more made possible by so many for everyone to enjoy and learn. Thanks everyone for continually making my experience better , unlike with Windows it was not.I have a win 7 quad core laptop in closet, in case my kids need for school, but with the cloud Google docs and Live 360, with the responsiveness of of Linux and all those choices, will probably end up With Linux OS as well. I have 3 android devices, 4 linux devices and 1 Windows.Thanks to all those who have made it possible for choices and freedom.
 
Old 03-19-2019, 06:18 PM   #2
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Old 03-19-2019, 07:24 PM   #3
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Thanks to all those who have made it possible for choices and freedom.
Awesome. I love that you care about the freedom part, too.
 
Old 03-20-2019, 02:40 PM   #4
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