What is a good system to replace Windows 7 when support ends in 2020

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ilu
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What is a good system to replace Windows 7 when support ends in 2020

Postby ilu » 17 Nov 2019 19:41

SolydXK is. For several good reasons and I think it would be great if some of the users who also know Win7 could write up why. Come on!

1. Menu structure is very similar to classic view - at least that's what I used last on Win7 because it looked like WinXP :-)

kurotsugi
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Re: What is a good system to replace Windows 7 when support ends in 2020

Postby kurotsugi » 18 Nov 2019 00:33

2. easy to use. works OOTB
3. damn stable
4. vast application

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patzy
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Re: What is a good system to replace Windows 7 when support ends in 2020

Postby patzy » 20 Nov 2019 23:16

I've never regretted dumping windows for SolydK.
There is plenty of choice when it comes to software, I always find some program that will do what I want.

The only downside at the moment is that Disney+ doesn't work :cry: , but that affects all Linux systems. and is Disney's fault. (Hope it is fixed soon).

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ydek
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Re: What is a good system to replace Windows 7 when support ends in 2020

Postby ydek » 28 Nov 2019 14:23

I also think SolydXK can replace Window 7 smoothly.
SolydXK is easy to install and use.
SolydX 10

GreenTree
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Re: What is a good system to replace Windows 7 when support ends in 2020

Postby GreenTree » 04 Feb 2020 18:47

If you have no experience with Linux my advise is Linux Mint, because you have a lot of information.
Dutch: https://makkelijkelinuxtips.blogspot.co ... -xfce.html
Englisch: https://easylinuxtipsproject.blogspot.c ... -mint.html

After this you can install a other Linux OS. Before you do this, you can look at https://distrowatch.com/

Greetings,
GreenTree


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