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Re: Thinking About Linux? Then Read Here! 2020/03/21 20:36:40 (permalink)
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Linux is not straightforward and easy to use, unfortunately 


Anyway,i agree with you,i have used Linux for 5 months and then switched to Windows OS.
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Re: Thinking About Linux? Then Read Here! 2020/03/22 21:24:34 (permalink)
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indigoer
Linux is not straightforward and easy to use, unfortunately 


Anyway,i agree with you,i have used Linux for 5 months and then switched to Windows OS.




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Re: Thinking About Linux? Then Read Here! 2020/09/27 21:59:03 (permalink)
At least for me, I enjoy Linux more for work and windows for all other stuff.
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Re: Thinking About Linux? Then Read Here! 2020/09/30 20:28:50 (permalink)
Thanks for this Post. I was just talking to a coworker about Linux and now I've rekindled my interest
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Re:Thinking About Linux? Then Read Here! 2020/10/02 00:15:27 (permalink)
Awesome FAQ
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Re:Thinking About Linux? Then Read Here! 2020/10/10 10:41:54 (permalink)
Put twister os on my Raspberry Pi 4  (4Gb)
was fun to try the different layouts
 
it has been a few years since my VAX VMS - Unix days
 
You do need a fan if you over clock the Pi

Twister OS: Make Raspberry Pi Look like Windows or macOS

from tomhardware artical
https://www.tomshardware.com/how-to/twister-os-raspberry-pi-look-like-windows
 
 

 
 
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