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Not really a newbie, I have used Arch linux and Ubuntu, Kubuntu for years. but I have a new computer that I purchased last fall. It is a 64bit with ...
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    Question the magical question? what distro? 64bit? Dual Monitors? Intel Core


    Not really a newbie, I have used Arch linux and Ubuntu, Kubuntu for years.

    but I have a new computer that I purchased last fall. It is a 64bit with dual monitors HDMI support .... soo I would want latest support.

    I guess my question is what distro would you install??? I want it to be 64 bit but not to bloated with stuff. I want customization but nothing too time consuming.

    Fedora?
    OpenSuse?
    CentOS?
    Kubuntu ?

    The Board is - ASRock H61M-HVS

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    Try netrunner for starters.

    Be certain to read Dedoimedo's review for valuable install info.

    Distrowatch has a search tool that is another place to begin.


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