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Hey everyone, aSILENTfire here, this is my first day with Ubuntu! My home wireless network has been under constant remote attack and I have been flip-flopping between Windows XP and ...
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    Hey everyone, aSILENTfire here, this is my first day with Ubuntu!

    My home wireless network has been under constant remote attack and I have been flip-flopping between Windows XP and Windows 7, even Windows 2000, but they were always crashing and going very slow, due to various problems including video monitoring and other such CPU-intensive undesireables.

    For some reason Ubuntu Linux is running fine with no problems.

    I don't really want to get into why but there are some powerful people who for as far as I can tell have someone keeping an eye on our network 24/7 so I don't think its running good because they havn't noticed yet I just think even with whatever monitoring and remote access may be running Ubuntu can still function.

    Anyways I'm pretty happy with Linux at the moment, just a little supprised at how uncasual the OS is in terms of learning curve but I'm down to learn.

    Well thats me, peace.

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    Welcome to the forum. Glad you are happy with Ubuntu.
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    you are welcome

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