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Installed Windows 11
The Ghost Of LOP
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11-29-2021 10:11 PM

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Post: #16
RE: Installed Windows 11
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See my thing is I AM just playing around. I don't do anything major.
But I also had older software and games I wanted to play was Why
I was going about trying different OS. After Windows 7 kinda started to suck
for older games.
All of my stuff is Windows based. Last attempt doing Windows 7 had to many
security issues when trying to use internet and sites would not work right.

Tried doing the Virtual stuff and had some glitches with that as well.
So i don't know.

I am so confused !!!
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Cyn nli
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Post: #17
RE: Installed Windows 11
I think you're doing it right Ghostie

experiments teach us cool things man

ya said ya got a couple free laptops, cool that, because its not
costing you much to risk breaking something.

That's how I started, some one gave me 7 laptops, all of them worked
all of them 5 years old or older

first thing I did was download Linux and joined the forum there to learn
and discuss.

Now, I can watch this thread, and at some point, you'll inform us of what
ya think of Win 11.

and if you approve of it, I may buy it and load it.

Have you discovered Kali-Linux yet?
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Post: #18
RE: Installed Windows 11
Cyn nli  Wrote: (11-29-2021 11:01 PM)
I think you're doing it right Ghostie

experiments teach us cool things man

ya said ya got a couple free laptops, cool that, because its not
costing you much to risk breaking something.

That's how I started, some one gave me 7 laptops, all of them worked
all of them 5 years old or older

first thing I did was download Linux and joined the forum there to learn
and discuss.

Now, I can watch this thread, and at some point, you'll inform us of what
ya think of Win 11.

and if you approve of it, I may buy it and load it.

Have you discovered Kali-Linux yet?

Just poking around stuff right now.. I have checked out Linux Mint and Ubuntu

I am so confused !!!
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Cyn nli
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Post: #19
RE: Installed Windows 11
ok
check into Flatpak download for installing software that requires it.

Linux Mint Debian Edition is really cool, I used it awhile in Live version,
and then dedicated one of my Dell Laptops to it.

Ubuntu as you know is very light distro, like you said, only about 6 gigs

but bare bones at first, ya gotta download a bunch of software to it

Games,,, ok,,, software manager shows a bunch, solitaire is all I play tho'

its the sound and video software that I'm really into.
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Uppity Me
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11-29-2021 11:23 PM

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Post: #20
RE: Installed Windows 11
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-29-2021 06:32 PM)
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-29-2021 12:58 PM)
No kiddin
I have Win10- it's bad enough
I'm not ready for 11
I hate Microsoft, I think Linux is the future
what are the differences that you see?

What do you find wrong with 10?

I believe your hate to be irrational.

I've been watching people bit*h about the "new" version of Windows since Windows 3.1 and the only real issues I've ever seen is when the system requirements are dumbed down to appease hardware venders or people simple install them on crappy cheap fringe hardware.

I liked Windows 3.1- it was fast and simple

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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Uppity Me
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Post: #21
RE: Installed Windows 11
I hate Microsoft anyway, they put back doors into allof theirSHit and that's why I hate them
Linux is the future

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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Post: #22
RE: Installed Windows 11
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-29-2021 11:24 PM)
I hate Microsoft anyway, they put back doors into allof theirSHit and that's why I hate them
Linux is the future

Linux has been the future for 30 years, the future sure does get here slow.

The only reason Linux isn't always being hit by viruses and malware is that those types don't sh*t in their own bed.

If the average user can't use it, it's nothing.
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Ludikrus
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11-29-2021 11:51 PM

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Post: #23
RE: Installed Windows 11
Distros

Best Linux Distros for Kids in 2020: Prepare the Young Ones for the Future

https://www.blackdown.org/best-linux-distros-for-kids/

Hey, Ridley, you got any Beeman's? chuckle
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Uppity Me
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Post: #24
RE: Installed Windows 11
The Ghost Of LOP  Wrote: (11-29-2021 10:11 PM)
See my thing is I AM just playing around. I don't do anything major.
But I also had older software and games I wanted to play was Why
I was going about trying different OS. After Windows 7 kinda started to suck
for older games.
All of my stuff is Windows based. Last attempt doing Windows 7 had to many
security issues when trying to use internet and sites would not work right.

Tried doing the Virtual stuff and had some glitches with that as well.
So i don't know.

True Microsoft has built in obsolescence. The browsers can't work with older Windows versions. You are forced to upgrade

Quote:Les pauvres n'ont-ils des Euros ?
Alors laissez les pauvres 'sh*t' dans les rues
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Luvapottamus
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Post: #25
RE: Installed Windows 11
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-29-2021 11:24 PM)
I hate Microsoft anyway, they put back doors into allof theirSHit and that's why I hate them
Linux is the future

Linux has similar problems.

Part of it's the software packages that are non-free.

Part of it's the package managers being gamed, and the package dependency system being gamed by the distro creators.

Another issue is out of date mirror servers, and also questionable/compromised ones.


Anything you get off the internet or update from the internet is potentially compromised, and IN FACT compromised.

Because we spend billions of dollars ensuring our intelligence agencies can access everything.

And they all have End of Life issues.

For example Fedora Core 6 (Fedora Core is(was?) the free version of Red Hat, CentOS is the free version of Red hat Enterprise Linux) well Fedora 6 had a lot of optional packages dealing with hardware optimization, and I had a weird Tyan AMD motherboard that I got working great on Fedora 6, then a BIOS update f**ked things up, so I tried to reinstall Fedora 6, and wasn't allowed to.

chuckle

They all have problems.

I've written many threads on it over the years.

I'm not TOO unhappy with the netbook I bought in early 2020.

Came with windows 10, I needed something with decent battery life and WIFI.

I turned off a bunch of optional "services"/features before I connected it to the internet the first time and It's performed well.

But It only came with a 20GB hard disk and Windows hogs about 17GB of it.

chuckle

I'm hoping since it doesn't' have minimum hard disk for 11, it won't try to autoinstall it.

Popcorn

I was using the public library for internet when they closed them doe to covid. But they left the WIFI on in the parking lot, so I drove there with this netbook for awhile and used it instead. Made me sick, but I needed the access. Later I got home internet and turned it off, but I had to buy a USB 3 to ethernet adapter for another $30 because it came with no ethernet port.

Cost me about $230 for this netbook, and it has a card reader compatible with my old 1990's digital camera, and I like that a lot..

If Microsoft doesn't brick it in the next couple years it was cheap.

I hate the browser for the most part.

I do like that it severs connections when it sleeps, and restores them fast when it wakes, but It fux around with a microsoft home page even though I set another home page, and bookmark management completely blows.
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Luvapottamus
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Post: #26
RE: Installed Windows 11
Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-29-2021 11:53 PM)
The Ghost Of LOP  Wrote: (11-29-2021 10:11 PM)
See my thing is I AM just playing around. I don't do anything major.
But I also had older software and games I wanted to play was Why
I was going about trying different OS. After Windows 7 kinda started to suck
for older games.
All of my stuff is Windows based. Last attempt doing Windows 7 had to many
security issues when trying to use internet and sites would not work right.

Tried doing the Virtual stuff and had some glitches with that as well.
So i don't know.

True Microsoft has built in obsolescence. The browsers can't work with older Windows versions. You are forced to upgrade

Linux does too.

So does MacOS.

You can still reinstall XP service pack III,

Or OSX Tiger or Leopard etc

But they aren't safe at all online.

PC-BSD 1.3 and 1.5 were pretty neat, then the OS got BOUGHT and it's not free anymore.

That was pretty kickass in around 2007.

Instead of using the LINUX package dependencies system it had a unique thing where you (BDIs? ) wthat let you avoid a bunch of unnecessary bloat.

Also came with most the programs I spend days to install in LINUX.

If I remember right though that wouldn't install right off CD years after when I tried to reinstall it.

Modern MacOS was a scam also. "Dragonfly" BSD was a community effort, and Apple didnt' share what they contributed to it until they scarfed it up and copywrited it.

chuckle

I would have expected by now Windows and MacOS would let you run linux code in virtual sandboxes easily, but it's too hard to regulate hardware.
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Luvapottamus
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RE: Installed Windows 11
It all took a bad turn when they all went to cloud/dunce fones.

Ubuntu is the best example.

It was fine when it was gnome or KDE, or Xwhatever.

The Unity desktop ruined it, which coincided with them commercializing cloud services.

Windows 8 sucked because they made it for a dunce fone too.

I like lots of customizable optional menus.

The best browser I ever used was Mozilla.

Mozilla, not Firefox. The one that came with Suse Linux 10.0/10.1

(Can't remember the version)

But you could add multiple bookmark favorites bars.
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BLOWED UP REAL GOOD
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Post: #28
RE: Installed Windows 11
I installed it on a virtual machine, looks like are trying to copy the Apple look and feel. I will stick to linux for now.
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RE: Installed Windows 11
Thoughts and prayers...


chuckle
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Cyn nli
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Post: #30
RE: Installed Windows 11
quote Lovey pot a moose :

Came with windows 10, I needed something with decent battery life and WIFI.

I turned off a bunch of optional "services"/features before I connected it to the internet the first time and It's performed well.

But It only came with a 20GB hard disk and Windows hogs about 17GB of it.

chuckle

I'm hoping since it doesn't' have minimum hard disk for 11, it won't try to autoinstall it.

Popcorn

I was using the public library for internet when they closed them doe to covid.

end quote

I remember all that Lovie

and I thought I told you I'd send you a Laptop free of charge ( BTF, I was Cynically Absurd)

anyway, I'm using Linux Mint 19.1 cinnamon, nope, not gonna go for LM20 on it.

sticking with it, cause it works so good, except,,,, Google Earth update needs a kick
in it's ass.

you guys use Proton Mail for email yet?

pretty secure, not all platforms let ya use it to register, but who needs to register at those?

or Yandex Browser, Russian Browser thats Chromium based and fast as flea farts.

the Yandex search engine reveals lots more stuff then Google, uncensored is why.
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