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Old 06-11-2009, 11:40 AM   #1
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User GwydionDd commented on my previous anti-Vista rant post: "My daughter’s PC had Windows XP on it and as a teenage girl she likes to use the PC as an extension of her personal life (facebook, skype IM, etc, etc) and also as her media centre for music and DVD’s as well as her photo booth. Just your avarage typical home user. … I had enough of wiping Windows and I installed Pardus 2008 on the PC, setup her WiFi … imported her music and photo collection and sorted out the DVD codecs... "



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