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    [SOLVED] Re: What kind of Linux will be good for me?

    Found a minimalist, user choice oriented Linix version for me: WattOS (long-term support Ubuntu-based, LXDE desktop).

    - Minimum preinstalled programs,
    - everything else can be installed form...
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    [SOLVED] Re: What kind of Linux will be good for me?

    Thank you all.
    I tried offered suggestions, different desktops and distros listed in DistroWatch as Independent, at my level, without using Terminal.
    Result: the kind of Linux I was looking for...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cinnamon: how to disable workspaces?

    "Cinnamon does not create workspaces automatically"
    But it did, after my open applications disappeared, I opened Firefox again to find what happened. It appeared in Workplace Switcher as Workplace...
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    [SOLVED] Re: What kind of Linux will be good for me?

    Thank you! I'll try Debian Wheesy XFCE.

    lykwydchykyn:
    Mint 64-bit is closer to Windows than KDE, I started with KDE.
    Removing programs is not that easy as it seems, if you uninstall most...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cinnamon: how to disable workspaces?

    Where is overview located? I can't find it. Hot Corners and Workspaces (in Settings) were disabled long time ago.
    Maybe some glitch and I need clean install...
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    [SOLVED] What kind of Linux will be good for me?

    Need advice: what Linux distro will be best fit for my requirements, if it exists at all?
    I'm looking for OS ready to use, with minimum fighting with it, for desktop use.

    - Distro that comes...
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    Re: Mint 13, 14 and 15 constantly crashing

    I used 32-bit versions of Linux Mint 15 and 13, lightweight XFCE desktop, as well as Puppee Linux on old and small Acer Aspire One netbook, all of them worked well without proprietary drivers. 64-bit...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Cinnamon: how to disable workspaces?

    Sorry about that. It was moved.
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    [SOLVED] Cinnamon: how to disable workspaces?

    I'm using Ubuntu-based Linux Mint 15 (64 bit) with Gnome-based Cinnamon desktop.

    Have a problem: after screen saver activated, all open applications I worked with disappeared. After long hunting...
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