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PCManFM is the default file & desktop manager for Lubuntu. It's a simple and fast file manager, but its simplicity is now enhanced by providing us the unlimited power of customized actions, like other file managers (Nautilus,...
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I LOVE the violet desktop background!
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[Goodbye Windows XP]

Attention please!

In short, if you're 'still' running Windows XP (for whatever reason), please be advised, as per Microsoft, that system will soon be DEAD and no longer supported.

Long version?

[What to do?]

~ Choice A ~
Keep Paying for Microsoft and use their Software (Windows 7 or Windows 8) and suffer from tons of problems:
1- Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD)
2- Slowness
3- Viruses, Spywares, etc
4- Non-Stable system (breakable often)
5- Not Secure (any beginner hacker can hack it)
6- Do I really have to carry on?

~ Choice B ~
Keep Calm and Switch to Linux!

1- Super Fast (you don't need to upgrade your hardware - have 512MB RAM? no problem!)
2- Super Secure (NASA, Google, Facebook, etc ... are using Linux on their Servers for a reason)
3- Super Stable (install it once, you don't ever need to format it)
4- Full Freedom (you have many User Interfaces, Programs, etc)
5- Highly Customizable
6- You do NOT need any Anti-Virus Program (Linux system structure is different and no command to be executed without the user's permission)
7- No more browsing the internet to install any application, you can do that within your system without visiting any website.
8- Free and Open Source Operating System
9- Community Based and World Wide Supported (there are so many people can help you with zero cost)
10- Can always enjoy the very latest software (system and/or programs) - unlike Windows XP, it is more than 12 years old now
11- Linux is being used to backup/save files of broken Windows PC/Laptop
12- Unlike what many people think, it is very and I mean VERY easy to use

Do I have to carry on?

You need more information?
Let us know!

Your choice, no one will force you to use anything :)

Thank you!

If your office are still running Windows XP, your friends, someone you know, etc ... please pass this message through :)

#Microsoft #Windows_XP #StartUbuntu #Linux
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XP is 14? I'm also 14 :)
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Not at all.  You can install the core OS faster than any UI install, if you're comfortable at the terminal.   
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what sort of LTS is it with power manager broken.
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This operating system won't work at all.. i burned on cd i maked on usb stick i install and works but when i try to install something when keyring needs to come up to input my user password my computer freeze 2 mins...i tryed diferent things and i can't fix this. after 2 mins i recive this windows and everything works. i don't understand why you got bug center and you won't resolve this bug . shame shame
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Lubuntu, the lightweight Ubuntu variant
Welcome to the Lubuntu Desktop project

The objective of the Lubuntu project is to create a variant of Ubuntu that is lighter, less resource hungry and more energy-efficient by using lightweight applications and LXDE, The Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment, as its default GUI.

Lubuntu is targeted at "normal" PC and laptop users running on low-spec hardware. Such users may not know how to use command line tools, and in most cases they just don't have enough resources for all the bells and whistles of the "full-featured" mainstream distributions. Members of the team take care of LXDE and other packages that are part of the Lubuntu install. Lubuntu received official recognition as a formal member of the Ubuntu family, commencing with Lubuntu 11.10.

Please join us and contribute to an exciting international Free and Open Source Software project. We look forward to working together with you.