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has worked out great so far. I was able to speed up the use of my desktop installing Linux Mint 12 without any problems. Even remote accessing work and using the work vpn has worked out very well.
GOOD BYE Windows !
Working out well means that the computer is running nice and fast, I can run two screens, Internet throughput is very speedy, while being well protected by the build-in firewall and the fact that there are not many viruses for Linux :-)
It worked out so well, I test ran Linux Mint 13 from the Live DVD (had to load it on a USB stick). And look there - it works great. I have a Lenovo Ideapad 3t-s10 with touch screen and even that works great. And who needs multi-touch anyway LOL.
To synchronize browsing and data I work with I use Dropbox and Firefox sync. Secure, fast and reliable. I sync notes using Zim Desktop Wiki via Dropbox.
I am a happy Linux camper - highly recommended !!
Let me know if I can answer any questions.
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Remember Susan Boyle ? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OcQ9A-5noM&feature=related (sorry, couldn't embed, youtube disabled it for this video).
Well, Korea has the answer:
Amazing, isn't it ?
But he only made second in the finals. Guess who won ?
I am definitely a Sung-Bong fan. Pavarotti would be proud of him !