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best OS for my DELL Laptop


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haik4096

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Which is the best OS for my DELL Laptop !!

I have Good configuration in my laptop and also I known all OS how it will work !!

But from my view I first prefer windows 7 latest version !

What would you thinking for this ??

Can I move to this OS or any other by suggested you !!!

Thank You
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Socorro

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I would still prefer Linux, Ubuntu. However Windows 7 is also a good start.
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windows 7 will compliment your dell hardware! :)
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I'd put Fedora 12 on it.
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I have a Dell m1530, I had a triple boot option where I have Vista/Ubuntu/Fedora installed, but the latest Ubuntu version broke compatibility with my wireless driver, so that's gone now, I think integrated wireless cards on the mother board don't play well with Ubuntu all the time, and and trackpad is messed up, so check if it works.

Fedora works fine for now, but I used Ubuntu mainly since its the easiest.

So I would recommend Fedora/Ubuntu/7, and maybe have one of the smaller Linux distros as well if you want a quicker boot to check your drives or check a link. Depends on your hard-drive size though, and if you don't mind having multiple OSes installed, Triple boots to make for an interesting combination.

I recommend going 7 --> Fedora --> Ubuntu, since Fedora recognizes 7 and not Ubuntu, and 7 recognizes none, Ubuntu recognizes all of them
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