Dajunka wrote:After taking up Linux for a week I booted up my windows 7, and my first impression was how horrible windows 7 really is in comparison to Linux mint.
I have now been a Linux user for about a month and in all of that time Mint has never crashed or locked up on me. Going back to windows 7 to handle a bit of work resulted in 1 crash and one system freeze in the space of one hour.
Once I have found a way to run my last few applications on Linux, then it will be bin time for my windows 7.
HynoTech wrote:Hello all,
I was just wondering if anyone here had noticed the remarkable similarities between Linux Mint and Windows 7, yet..
I really think its the other way around. Windows 7 does not look like Linux but Linux Mint or Linux running KDE which also copied WIndows Look and feel. Linux Mint looks like Windows imho to help people transition over to Linux. If the look and feel is similar the transition will be easier. Most Linux that runs Gnome looks more like OS X.
Roken wrote:Actually, they all copied Xerox - circa 1972:
donec wrote:Hi Hawkeye,
What version of Windows 7 did the touchpad have? I ask because I have a Gateway computer that came with Win7 Home Premium and it did not come with software for the webcam. This makes me think the software was something the computer manufacture added instead of being part of Win7.
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