Another alternative is to boot a live Linux distro, and to reduce the size of the Windows partition with Gparted.
Then you install Linux in the...
I didn't find one but I think you can install Wine and run PopPeeper within Linux that way.
Just a thought.
Stupid questions maybe, but is WFC fully compatible with Malwarebytes Premium?
Do I need to disable something?
Also, is it free?
Released for Cinnamon, MATE and XFCE desktops.
Is Gimp up to the duty?
Ah, Debian and wifi...
I use a simple USB Ethernet dongle and it works fine.
Any reason to use wifi instead of wired Ethernet?
I've tried to make the USB drive bootable to no avail with both ISOs.
I've followed the instructions and ran the bootinst.sh script but always got...
Freespire seems to have switched to KDE now.
All the details here: https://blog.linuxmint.com/
One of the few programs I really miss in Linux!
Didn't check with Mint, but installing Okular ruled the problem.
Perfect printing as is.
I checked the file properties, and several fonts are listed, but it says they’re embeded, so that shouldn’t be an issue.
Installed a batch of font...
I guess it's something I can see in the file properties?
I'm having problems printing music scores in PDF format with Debian (stable).
I didn't try with Mint, but it prints correctly in Windows.
Thanks for the info!
I'll try this one over the weekend.
Just downloaded Xubuntu 22.04 myself this morning.
You can check Distrowatch.com for complete announcements.
A cron script could do that I guess.
But you'd need to add it by yourself.
Something that could be added with an option in the distro config to...
There's also bleachbit, but it won't replace apt autoremove for that particular task.
Quoted from their website:
Indeed. I tried to install KDE after having added the newer plasma upgrade, but got lots of errors and had to rebuild from scratch.
Thanks for the info!
I've edited the source list and added the gpg key, but how do you actually install the KDE desktop?
By simply running "sudo...
Maybe this could help?
I said I downloaded the current release.
As far as I know it doesn't include their new desktop yet.
As for Secure Boot, I don't know.
Never had any hardware or boot problem with Mint.
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