Posted 18 February 2017 - 07:45 AM
I'll have to give Manjaro a try as I like the smaller distros.
I find that the smaller distros can do all of the same things that the big flagship mainstream distros do.
I also have found that their support forums are excellent and tend to be more people friendlier than the big flagship mainstream support forums are.
Oh, yes. The Ubuntu Forums spring to mind..... The regulars are more interested in discussing the finer points of the 'click-bait' media than they are in actually helping anybody..!
I was glad when I finally moved away from Ubuntu and over to Puppy. The Puppy membership are such a friendly, helpful bunch compared to the previously-mentioned lot.....
I deleted my Ubuntu One 'Single Sign-On' a/c pronto. Never even re-visited the site since. Not interested, to tell you the truth!
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 18 February 2017 - 08:44 AM.
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