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Just downloading this OS to give it a try , any one else using Deepin OS ?



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There are better Linux Distributions than Deepin. Ubuntu and Mint are two. I have tried both of them, but I always go back to Windows, since the Linux OS's don't support a lot of the Windows programs that I have.
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There are better Linux Distributions than Deepin. Ubuntu and Mint are two. I have tried both of them, but I always go back to Windows, since the Linux OS's don't support a lot of the Windows programs that I have.

The Linux OS's don't support a lot of the Windows programs comment is an interesting one. Just out of curiosity which
programs are you talking about ?


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The Linux OS's don't support a lot of the Windows programs comment is an interesting one. Just out of curiosity which
programs are you talking about ?
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It's been a few years since I tried it, but if I remember correctly, I had problems with Office and some games. I think it was a problem with drivers. I read that Wine is a good Windows compatibility layer. It's open-source which is updated often. You should try that if you decide to install Linux.
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The Linux OS's don't support a lot of the Windows programs comment is an interesting one. Just out of curiosity which
programs are you talking about ?
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It's been a few years since I tried it, but if I remember correctly, I had problems with Office and some games. I think it was a problem with drivers. I read that Wine is a good Windows compatibility layer. It's open-source which is updated often. You should try that if you decide to install Linux.


Thanks for info about Wine , I'm going to check it out  :)




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The Linux OS's don't support a lot of the Windows programs comment is an interesting one. Just out of curiosity which
programs are you talking about ?
Ken
It's been a few years since I tried it, but if I remember correctly, I had problems with Office and some games. I think it was a problem with drivers. I read that Wine is a good Windows compatibility layer. It's open-source which is updated often. You should try that if you decide to install Linux.
Thanks for info about Wine , I'm going to check it out

Me too Ken. That's the kind of testing I agree with.