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Crisshomes

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    RE: Best linux
    Can you put details about CPU,RAM and video card?
    Link to this post 25 Oct 11

    Can you put details about CPU,RAM and video card?

  • Crisshomes
    Is Lubuntu 11.10 faster than Lubuntu 10.10?
    It seems to be pretty even with resources and speed in installing/removing software. Did anyone saw a difference or its just down to being a new kernel. Thank you.
    Link to this post 25 Oct 11

    It seems to be pretty even with resources and speed in installing/removing software.
    Did anyone saw a difference or its just down to being a new kernel.
    Thank you.

  • Crisshomes
    RE: Please recommend a fast linux distribution
    Well I don't need aymore info besides I don't like to get the same answers all over again by other users.
    Link to this post 24 Oct 11

    Well I don't need aymore info besides I don't like to get the same answers all over again by other users.

  • Crisshomes
    RE: Please recommend a fast linux distribution
    I understand,do I have to delete this post or someone has to lock it?
    Link to this post 24 Oct 11

    I understand,do I have to delete this post or someone has to lock it?

  • Crisshomes
    RE: Please recommend a fast linux distribution
    The point is I am okay with Xp's transfer rate so my hard drive is fine,don't know if its the same for most linux distro. I don't mean to be offensive but I just want to know if its worth the change.
    Link to this post 23 Oct 11

    The point is I am okay with Xp's transfer rate so my hard drive is fine,don't know if its the same for most linux distro.
    I don't mean to be offensive but I just want to know if its worth the change.

  • Crisshomes
    RE: Please recommend a fast linux distribution
    Why? I only said if I should leave the cool and quiet option on or off in linux.
    Link to this post 23 Oct 11

    Why?
    I only said if I should leave the cool and quiet option on or off in linux.

  • Crisshomes
    RE: Please recommend a fast linux distribution
    Does Cool and quiet work well in Lubuntu or should I disable it from bios?
    Link to this post 21 Oct 11

    Does Cool and quiet work well in Lubuntu or should I disable it from bios?

  • Crisshomes
    RE: Please recommend a fast linux distribution
    Its 17 seconds and 37 miliseconds.
    Link to this post 21 Oct 11

    Its 17 seconds and 37 miliseconds.

  • Crisshomes
    RE: Please recommend a fast linux distribution
    My specs are AMD Athlon x64 3000+ 1.8Ghz ,1GB ram,300 GB HDD and 512MB Ati radeon.
    Link to this post 21 Oct 11

    My specs are
    AMD Athlon x64 3000+ 1.8Ghz ,1GB ram,300 GB HDD and 512MB Ati radeon.

  • Crisshomes
    Please recommend a fast linux distribution
    Hello,I tried several distributions from most types of enviroments and I can't seem to find one that can make me move out from XP. The last I tried was Lubuntu 11.10 it seemed to be the most lightest version of Lubuntu but still not faster than Xp. I did a little comparison. I took an audio file of 458 MB and transfered from Destktop to Home/Videos and it took 17:37 seconds while in XP from desktop to my documents it took 17:34 seconds and I also had Avast antivirus installed. Eventaully I come back at Xp for performance. Perhaps some advice?
    Link to this post 21 Oct 11

    Hello,I tried several distributions from most types of enviroments and I can't seem to find one that can make me move out from XP.
    The last I tried was Lubuntu 11.10 it seemed to be the most lightest version of Lubuntu but still not faster than Xp.
    I did a little comparison.
    I took an audio file of 458 MB and transfered from Destktop to Home/Videos and it took 17:37 seconds while in XP from desktop to my documents it took 17:34 seconds and I also had Avast antivirus installed.
    Eventaully I come back at Xp for performance.
    Perhaps some advice?

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