I think you have a winner here. While the install was long, it was not difficult. The features are terrific and I love how you can change the look. I opted for the Windows 7 look. Excellent job! After getting the updates downloaded and installed, I played with it. At first, I thought it seemed just a little slow, but the more I used it, the better it got. This system can compete with Windows 7 and should please many users.
Hi guys.... i have setup win7 to show extensions unknown still when the download .rar starts the ISO appeared but after it finished was not there anymore..... why is this.... please help!!! Cheers
Excellent. No more Windows for me.
With dougusa on this one. I really want to like and use Zorin. I want it to be my go to OS, my families go to OS but the problem is it just doesn't work on our laptops, mainly drivers. Sadly it's just not as accommodating as Windows 7. Installing drivers on any Linux distro is a nightmare for anyone coming from XP, me included. With better driver support and an easy way to install programs Windows users might be persuaded to jump ship. Damn sure I would.
I tried Zorin OS some time back, sorry I didn't end up digging it. By now every Linux distro should work with any with Dell WiFi "out of the box" or an easily discovered setting after a full install. Hell some distros work with dell WiFi as a live USB, I recall Joli OS works with dell WiFi even from a live CD with no effort at all if there's no Ethernet connection. Wile I'm a Linux neophyte, I'm not a computer neophyte in general, but 20 years post stroke I no longer have the patience with anything that's touted as great when it's not. In the event my dell mini 9 could support Windows 7 pro or windows 8.1 I would hesitate purchasing one them. Sorry if I stepped on the toes of Tux, but Linux has a ways to go when it comes to the end home computer user consumer market.