Jinnai wrote:Looks like this, or something very similar, might be coming down the line for Ubuntu, and thus Mint.
Not true. Eventually there comes a point they need to reboot, such as a kernel upgrade, and being able for them to reboot faster benefits them as well. There are also a number of people who dual boot. Being able to boot Linux faster saves them time, even if Windows is just as sluggish.Death Dream wrote:Not worth much for people who never shut their machines off but I turn my comp off when I got to bed or work.
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