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Originally Posted by Manchunian You might find a launcher has already been created for you somewhere. If not, make one yourself, it's easy. Have fun! This ''launcher'' method is cool! ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manchunian View Post
    You might find a launcher has already been created for you somewhere. If not, make one yourself, it's easy. Have fun!
    This ''launcher'' method is cool! There isn't anything like that in windows, he he! Man, the windows!
    So far there are so many OS outthere!

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    One of the great things about Linux is trying different distros until you find one that's just right for you. Once you've got the hang of Ubuntu, you should install something else...then something else. I don't use Ubuntu because it's too slow for me (yes, Ubuntu is slow compared to other Linux distros!) and because I like to do things myself. If at the end of your travels you decide you like Ubuntu best, you go back to it. But install it properly then, as the Wubi install is great to get a feel for Linux, but you really should install it properly if you decide you like it and want to keep it.
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    Hey do you use Ubuntu as your primary OS?
    Hm sure you do since you know so much things about it... Instead of me

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    No, I don't use Ubuntu, and I'm no expert! I use Archlinux, which is considerably more complicated than Ubuntu, but much faster and more configurable. I've only briefely used Ubuntu, but I ran Debian for a year. There are many similarities between Debian and Ubuntu.
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