I have installed Ubuntu and have nothing against it but my computer is ancient and has too little RAM. Consequently I cannot use Ubuntu but have to switch to XP at the start because otherwise it is much too slow. Today I have only been allowed to have one tab open on the internet. XP has crashed time and again today and has been slower than ever before. It happened for example if I had an email open at the same time as I tried to google. Therefore I must uninstall Ubuntu and reinstall only Windows XP for which I have the cd. Since my knowledge of all technical matters is zero I need to ask how to do this. It is impossible to ask a Ubuntu forum because when I copied and inserted the confirmation password Ubuntu sent me it was rejected as invalid. Not being given an email address to contact Ubuntu on such matters is the only negative thing I have to say about Ubuntu. I have removed most things from my screen, deleted unnecessary files on it and moved the others to my USB memory stick. My computer is much faster now. Perhaps as a result. However I believe I must remove Ubuntu and reinstall Windows XP from the CD. Thank you for helping.
Edited by hamluis, 10 May 2014 - 12:42 PM.
Moved from XP to Linux OS - Hamluis.