Leaving Ubuntu back to Windows
rajaramanbv at gmail.com
Sat Jul 3 22:37:27 UTC 2010
On Sunday 04 July 2010 03:40 AM, NoOp wrote:
> On 07/03/2010 01:44 PM, rbv wrote:
>> I may be called childish, but for a simpleton like me, do i have a choice.
> Nobody should call you childish, or a simpleton; OS'& applications are
> meant to serve. If Windows is a better fit for you (particularly since
> your son is an M$ engineer) then stick with what suits your requirements
> - you do indeed have a choice.
> That said, should you (or your son) decide to give Ubuntu/linux a try
> again, come on back. Limit your questions to one issue at a time, try to
> provide as much detail as you can, and have some patience. You might
> also look into a local LUG (linux users group) nearby so that you can
> get one-on-one assistance directly. Sometimes it just takes someone to
> sit down with you, walk through your machine setup, and get you on the
> right track.
You are right, i need someone to sit with me to guide me through
initially. Let me make it clear, my knowledge is limited to either
Ubuntu or Windows OS.
The only reason i mentioned about my son is, i myself was wondering what
he had been doing in getting this Masters Degree with a tag Software
Engineering, if he can not help me. He simply smiles.
I listed various issues in one go,as my posing issue by issue, again
and again, may irritate forum,
Out of the four machines in the house hold , i am the only one, only
desktop, using Ubuntu and nobody else comes to use this because of this
I had graphic card to have fun playing with my grandchild, not for myself.
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