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    Ok so I know that its possible to put two OS on one computer, but was wondering if it would slow down your computer at all. And would a Belkin Wireless network attane work on Linux

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    No, having multiple operating systems does not have any effect on performance inside the operating systems themselves.

    Yes, Linux will work with that WLAN itself, it's the adapter you have to be aware for.

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    Good it is supported by Linux. I think I will try it and see how it works

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    If you've never used Linux before, I recommend either Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, or Fedora. Those are my personal favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mm3 View Post
    If you've never used Linux before, I recommend either Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, or Fedora. Those are my personal favorites.

    I donwloaded Ubuntu

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    ive used ubuntu and i think its great the only reason i keep windows is for games

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