Question Category: Netbooks
capodrulja | October 22, 2014
I have old netbook (Asus Eee) with next specifications: - processor Intel Celeron M 353 / 900 MHz, - RAM 512MB, speed: 400 MHz / PC2-3200, - hard drive - 4GB, Now i am running it with windows xp, but i think that this computer will work smoother with Linux, but i don't know which one exactly to use...
paulcash | August 8, 2014
If a live dist of linux mint, linuxmint-17-xfce-d, works fine on my gateway netbook, will it install and work ok on the hard drive?
johnaramsay | June 20, 2014
What is the best replacement for xp pro ?
jlbledsoe | June 12, 2014
I recently tried to remove my Linux Mint partion (sorry Linux community, but I'm just not ready for you yet) from my Inspiron 1545. Whilst it was deleting the partion the laptop crashed and whenever I attempt to re-boot I get a gru rescue error. The WBM rescue disk I created does not work (GRUB...
WhoNeedsSanityA... | June 2, 2014
I have an ASUS X200CA laptop with a broken hard drive, and I don't have a large enough USB drive to install Ubuntu. What other versions could I use?
I've tried Puppy Linux, and it booted up without a hitch. However, I cannot use the touchpad or touchscreen, and I cannot find a straight answer on how to enable support for that. Any help is appreciated!
toolman11 | April 13, 2014
the description of my computer; Toshiba netbook Anton processor, one gig of RAM, 150 gigabytes hard drive. The computer came with windows XP home edition installed. Wood Linux lima be a good choice?
brummie | March 27, 2014
I am absolutely a Linux virgin and I have been given a laptop with Ubuntu pre-installed as a present. I like it; it is fast and fault free (until now). My PC runs Windows 7 and I like that as well. I have however noticed the message noted below when updating on the Linux laptop and I haven’t a clue...