As you have been reading, I switched from Windows to Linux Ubuntu on one computer. I got many comments, several who said try Linux Mint. Well, I wanted to re-install Linux so that I could give it a bigger partition (and windows a smaller one), so I installed Mint. I didn’t like it, I didn’t like the way it looked for one thing. I thought it looked better than Ubuntu at first, after a while I didn’t like it, and it made me like Ubuntus look more. Number two, I would install an astronomy program, Stellarium, and then it wasn’t there. I’d install it again, and it just wasn’t there. I can’t explain it. It seemed like it was installing properly. That happened with another program, Penguin Freecell too, I believe. I never spent much time trying to figure out what was going wrong, I just got rid if it.
Then I heard about a Linux program called Zorin Lite. I installed it, and I like it, pretty much. One thing I don’t like, is that it has “enhanced security” which means I have to enter my username and password. I was bitching before about just having to enter my password.
Anyway, I’m testing it now, but I think Zorin will be the one I keep.