And if you have enought space in your hard disk, you can install Xubuntu
or Linux Mint on the same hard disk, with dual boot and keep your xp
system if you already need it.
El jue, 30-06-2016 a las 18:39 +0000, Paolo Debortoli escribió:
On Thursday, June 30, 2016 6:59 PM, nasrin khaksar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
and also linux is suitable for programmers or at least for proffessional users.
your opinion, but I wouldn't say that, after my 10 years experience... I am using it every day
Changing may, however, give specific issues, that's also true...
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