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  1. Don't know what to think, will leave this topic for everyone else.
  2. This forum (at msfn.org) seems quite active, most of the time.
  3. Haven't seen it before or after registering.
  4. Used many distro's over the years and Bodhi Linux suited my needs in every way possible. This is on my primary PC(1). PC2 (much older computer) has Win XP Pro SP3 on it, is and always be XP. PC1 came with Windows 10, remember hated everything about it.
  5. Cannot recall the details of when I used Windows 10 (been quite awhile ago), that had me looking elsewhere, moved onto using Linux on it and not looking back.
  6. Some specs about the older computer, and will always be Win XP Pro: Dell Dimension 4500 (tower), Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.4 GHz, 1 GB ram, 40GB HDD, Nvidia Geforce4 MX 420 (64 MB), realtek ethernet, 17 inch display at 1024x768 resolution. So far to date, only replaced the hard drive, video card, network card, and the monitor. Computer is running strong, reason I joined this forum and RyanVM (registered in 2018) is learning more. Very well could be dated 2002.
  7. Just to say hello from Washington State, I'm 54 year old (55 sometime next month) male. Bought a computer roughly few years ago with Windows 10 Home and hated it, so I burned Bodhi Linux 5 (64 bit) to DVD and now quite content. I do have an older computer (dated 2000/01) that runs Windows XP Professional SP3, have always loved Windows XP, trying to keep this going.
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