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But they make Linux easyer for a windows user there simple enough to learn by using them....
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    But they make Linux easyer for a windows user there simple enough to learn by using them.

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    so which would be best for a new user used to windows?? KDE? hmm couldnt i partion HD and make both gnome and KDE see which i like and continue with that uhh but cud i "un partion" my drive then . . . lol

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    No need to do anything special with partitions for gnome vs KDE. Both are just windows managers that customize look-and-feel. You can install both and then switch between the two, to see which you prefer.

    I did that, and came out liking KDE better. On subsequent installs, I don't bother installing gnome anymore...
    \"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.\"
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    Another anti-Gnomite

    Were searching all of you out and tracking your movements
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    here you can count me too i perfer KDE and dont even install gnome aswell
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    Ahh, there is strength in numbers.

    Come and get us, flw!!
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    Gentlemen careful what you ask for You might just get it
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    you know you want to fly with us flw deep down inside you know you are one of us
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    gnome rules!
    Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air...

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    So i should install both now im stuck on whic one to go with i know the poll says ppl prefer rehat but which is the better option distro to go with?? i mean like if i wanted ease of use and as little downloads as poss. . . .

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