tdockery97 wrote:Only 3 tips: Read, read, and read more.
tdockery97 wrote:Read, read, and read more.
daveinuk wrote:be prepared to learn and make mistakes
proxima_centauri wrote:Hang around the forums
LongRider wrote:There is plenty of info already out there
grey1960envoy wrote:above all else HAVE FUN with it!
Tony.B wrote:tdockery97 wrote:Read, read, and read more.daveinuk wrote:be prepared to learn and make mistakesproxima_centauri wrote:Hang around the forumsLongRider wrote:There is plenty of info already out theregrey1960envoy wrote:above all else HAVE FUN with it!
... and then try to wipe the silly smile off your face when you realise you understand things that the "experts" at your local computer shop haven't even heard of.
Welcome to Linux Mint.
Hi Annie.annie89 wrote:i am thinking of trying mint first time but i have no any experience ever...please can anyone provides me some tips.
I'm thinking of trying Mint for the first time, and have no experience of using any Linux distros. What are your top tips for me BEFORE my DVD arrives?
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Please note that technical instructions will need to be pretty basic.
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