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PostSubject: Alternative Systems For Your Laptop.   Alternative Systems For Your Laptop. I_icon_minitimeWed Oct 19, 2011 2:53 pm

Most laptops these days come preinstalled with undoubtedly one of Windows Vista's many incarnations. Regretably, a lot of netbook buyers have negative matters against Vista, and would love to use a different main system.
One alternative is the Linux computer itself. Since Linux is open source and as such free, you can save ample money on the main system alone. Just search for ones price difference between a Linux ASUS Eee PC and a Windows XP ASUS Eee LAPTOP OR COMPUTER. Needless to say, the difference amounts to at least $ 100 and that's a big enough savings you can otherwise use to invest in other peripherals, accessories and / or software.
The only problem with Linux is to be not as user friendly as Windows or simply a Mac OS. It is not very easy to install new software and in addition to the Synaptic Package program, most installations has to be done using command requires, which to most users will remind of this DOS era.
Linux actually has various versions or variations described as distributions or distros. Amongst the most common distributions are Ubuntu (and its other variations along the lines of Xubuntu and Edubuntu), Xandros, SUSE Linux, Pink Hat, and even Linpus which is being used in small laptops just as the ASUS Eee PC.
Nowadays, there are still numerous laptop owners that use Or windows 7. Some people who invested in laptops pre-installed with Windows Vista even downgrade to Windows xp. They claim that Windows xp uses less computing power in comparison to the Vista and that this saves them from any compatibility issues.
So furthermore there you go. These might possibly be the commonly used operating devices on laptops. Each has its pluses and minuses. The important thing is without a doubt you fully understand to what purpose you will take advantage of your laptop for, and from which you can decide the right operating system for it.
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