..but i want the best so that there no differentiation between mint and windows 7..
xpmon wrote:I wanna know a question that has been asked before...but i want the best so that there no differentiation between mint and windows 7,..I know there are different methods and variations on the net.
That is not the best: the best is a choice Linux or Windows
--And the best choice is what suits each OS, for example windows OS has better gaming support (companies providing games)
- Linux has at the least equivalent applications and more, especially in science than the windows OS does..
Since she wants to use only Microsoft office applications, this process of trying to make Linux act like windows is impossible, she will notice any differences..
- --I also looked at Zorin, it seems to be essentially a look for windows but using the underlying Linux applications and some of the normal Linux desktop icons and applications: doesn't look like that will will.
If there is no way she wants to use any thing other than windows OS, I suggest giving up and weaning her off your support, and since she wants to pay for Ms Office and any other system programs such as anti-virus that she would have to use in windows (unless she wants Microsoft security essentials)..
--Suggest to her..
- Windows remote help (from Microsoft)
- Paying for remote support from an online service
- Calling in PC repair company, such as Geeks or Nerds (online)
It can't be that bad that she needs much help especially if she is concentrating on only using Ms office products as her main activity on the computer.