- Apr 14, 2008
- 1,777 (0.50/day)
- South Australia
|Processor||Intel i7 2600K (3.4 GHz, 8 threads)|
|Cooling||Xigmatek Balder 120mm (4x120,1x140mm case)|
|Memory||Patriot 2 Viper Sector 5, 8GB DDR3 1600 MHz|
|Video Card(s)||Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960 G1 4GB|
|Storage||1x Samsung EVO 850 (500GB) SSD, 1x Fujitsu 256GB SSD|
|Display(s)||Dell Ultrasharp U2311h 23" (so sexy)|
|Case||CoolerMaster Gladiator RC-600|
|Audio Device(s)||Onboard 5.1|
|Power Supply||Antec 850w with yellow racing stripes|
|Software||Windows 7 HP 64 bit|
[*]Do you use a Graphical Login or command line (run level 3 or 5)??
[*]What Desktop Environment and or Window Manager do you use?? (ex. Gnome, KDE, Xfce, etc...)
[*]Do you run multiple Desktops?? If so how many?? (ex. 4 is the normal default)
[*]What editor do you prefer?? (ex. GEdit, Emacs, Vi/Vim, Mousepad, etc...)
[*]What if any servers (services) do you run?? (ex. Samba, Apache, Telnet, etc..)
[*]If you use a shell(s), which is/are your favorite(s)?? (ex. Bash, ksh, tclsh, zsh, etc...)
Personally I don't use Linux that much, but I used to use it quite a bit when I had my P4 desktop and old Dell laptop (PIII 850 MHz), ended up getting sick of Ubuntu (XP and Windows 7 was faster) so I switched to something fast. I've had a lapse from Linux usage with my new laptop and desktop, but I'm probably going to dual boot on my laptop with something really fast for web browsing, listening to music and checking emails.
Any suggestions for what I could put on my laptop that wouldn't break my windows installation?