There is a good chance that a recently acquired netbook will come with a Windows 7 Starter Edition license. This OS comes without Aero and is of course lighter than Windows 7 Home or Professional edition, but it’s not necessarily the best for a mini-PC. Why go without an advanced graphical interface and instead look at a more reactive and better adapted system than Windows 7? This is possible by installing the alternative Ubuntu Netbook Edition. We will look at this operating system and everything that comes with it in this article.
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