Yeah I know. I keep talking about SuSE a lot. But heck this is cool stuff!
SuSE has been running very well and has proved to be extremely stable (so far). I have installed a bunch of apps, like gAIM (AOL Messenger for Linux) and so on. Everything has been running smooth. My only complaint is that some of the icons and other menus in the system are a bit too big, but I am figuring out how to customize stuff and am getting used to it.
It is simply amazing how far X-Windows has come in the Linux operating environment. It loads much faster than I remember years ago, and apps are WAY easier to install now too. I'm finding myself actually enjoying using Linux now. I still haven't figured out how to do Samba right (as in sharing files between Windows/Linux) but I'm sure that will come in time.
I'm hoping some other good stuph will happen in my life soon so I can stop talking about SuSE. 🙂
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