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Naba Kumar naba.kumarr at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 06:14:09 UTC 2016

Dear Aere,

Thank u for your quick response.My Lenovo s10 3c(1.6 ghz processer with
11gb ram) was Preloaded with window 7 starter.however I replaced the os
with window xp.since window xp is no longer supported by Microsoft,I am
planning to replace with Linux.Since I am new to Linux,please suggest me
the  Linux Lubuntu version for the same.My limitations will be for browsing
internet,MS office,Facebook, etc.Is the recent updated version Lubentu 15
is suitable for my netbook or shall I install the lower version of
Lubuntu?I can upgrade my 1gb RAM to 2 gb on your recommendation.

Naba kumar
On 24/01/2016 10:29 pm, "Aere Greenway" <Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com> wrote:

> On 01/24/2016 06:53 AM, Naba Kumar wrote:
> Dear sir,
> I have Lenovo s10 3c netbook.The configuration of the netbook is intel
> atom 1.6 GHz with 1 gb ram.please suggest the lubuntu version for the daily
> usages of the netbook for Facebook,internet browsing,GIMP,DVD
> play,Libreoffice.
> Regards
> Naba kumar
> I have a similar HP NetBook (same memory & processor).  Its processor is
> Intel Atom, dual core, 1.6 gigahertz speed.
> That machine works fine with Lubuntu (the ordinary version - not a special
> version).  The machine has plenty of power for Lubuntu, and also works fine
> with Ubuntu Mate.
> Where it doesn't have a CD or DVD drive, it has to be installed using a
> live USB, and you can't play DVDs or CDs on it.
> It works fine with all of the usages you mentioned (as well as audio/MIDI
> music).  I use Firefox for browsing on it.  I don't use FaceBook, so I
> can't vouch for that.  I haven't actually used LibreOffice on it, but I
> don't see any reason why it wouldn't work on it.
> The biggest challenge with that machine (in my experience) is its small
> screen dimensions.  The ability of Linux to allow you to hold-down the
> Alt-key, then click anywhere in the window to drag the window to a new
> position sometimes can be useful, or even vital.
> P.S. - Not all of us are 'Sir'.
> --
> Sincerely,
> Aere
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