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Token Ring
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Re: Purchase a laptop without Microsoft product?


ajkula66 wrote:
Funny how they couldn't force IBM...

 

That is a good point!

 

Cheers,

 

MacBook Pro, with an aluminum unibody enclosure **As of September 15, 2008, our company has completely switched to Apple. Having used ThinkPad products for over 10 years, we had desperately tried to find just one reason to continue using these products, to no avail. We are of the view that ThinkPads are no longer premium products. We wish you the best of luck with your ThinkPad! Happy computing…**
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Re: Purchase a laptop without Microsoft product?

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Re: Purchase a laptop without Microsoft product?

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Encrpted dvds are playable on any linux distribution by using the mplayer with the help of the library-'libdvdcss'....

 

Also integrated cams are supported in some distributions of linux...

 

Message Edited by sajinsj on 10-22-2008 12:11 AM
Y410-160GB HDD,T5550,2GB RAM
Ubuntu 9.04 -Gnome, Win Vista(not used much) Smiley Happy Ubuntu rocks...Smiley Wink
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