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Jing

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    RE: What distro is best for a slower computer
    if you are a newbie, I suggest you to try some popular distro, openSUSE, Fedora, Ubuntu, etc. when you're more experienced and want a simple system, I suggest you to try archlinux. actually all different distroes are almost same. they use the same kernel, similar boot scripts, similar tools and applications. but there are some different package systems, .rpm, .deb, etc. you should choose a favorite one.
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    if you are a newbie, I suggest you to try some popular distro, openSUSE, Fedora, Ubuntu, etc. when you're more experienced and want a simple system, I suggest you to try archlinux.

    actually all different distroes are almost same. they use the same kernel, similar boot scripts, similar tools and applications. but there are some different package systems, .rpm, .deb, etc. you should choose a favorite one.

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