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byTheWanderingMaverick, February 21, 2010
If your new to Linux in general, Ubuntu is a very good starting point. The GUI interface makes it easy for users to navigate, and self explanatory features/buttons make it easy to learn. Would definitely be a starting point for the migration from windows.
byTheWanderingMaverick, February 21, 2010
BackTrack is a literal goldmine, chocked full of useful programs. Among many uses, it can be used for network analysis, diagnostics, and hacking ;) A very useful tool...
byTheWanderingMaverick, February 21, 2010
I have tested this distro on several different units, all varying in computing power. And on all the machines, GeeXbox performed well. It plays a wide viratey of audio, video, and picture formats. The keyboard controls are intuitive, but some of the features (volume control) didn't work so well. Anyways, check out the new GeeXbox which is coming out! It is quite an improvement!
byTheWanderingMaverick, February 21, 2010
Puppy linux is a very quick, compact distro. It has plenty of functional programs included with it, and the user is able to create a customized cd. Very nice!
byTheWanderingMaverick, February 21, 2010
Linux gamers live does exactly what it says to do, to be a live gaming cd. Although I found better gaming performance on another distro (linux console), this distro does its job well. It would be nice if more functionality was added to the OS, considering there is still room left over on the disk.

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