Re: Hows Toshiba Laptops with Linux ?
Originally Posted by winegums
No. Personally, I don't think you should be extremely worried. It's just like you said, if it comes to the absolute worst there is always Windows.
Really, a netbook is for people who don't want (or will be using) all the features offered by a mainstream laptop. Because of this they cost less and they have less. But because they have less, there are less things to go wrong.
If you look at the specs (of my netbook), I have a LOT less. But Ubuntu runs like a well-oiled clock and I have less things to worry about if something goes wrong.
I mean really it's upto you. If you do your research, I can't see why you shouldn't walk away with an awesome laptop that works great with Ubuntu, whether you buy from Ebay or Amazon or wherever.
Last edited by PresenceofMind; July 19th, 2010 at 05:01 PM.
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