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  • YES ..and can be recommended. Having a well tested Linux version (Ubuntu, LinuxMint, openSuse, Mandriva...etc) can help you with Windows
    issues..WinXp, Win7, Vista, win 2000..and Windows 8 (which can take a
    few special steps to install) on most desktops and laptops. I myself have personnaly recovered lost Windows machines using Ubuntu..especially the LiveDVD versions...to the point that I now longer recommend anyone NOT install Linux on an intel system. I have even installed Debian 7.0 on a old powerpc mac G5..and the software will update...even though the macware won't. Post back or search the net..for instance google "installing Linux for dual boot with windows". WW

    Answered by specialsystems
    6 months ago
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