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lswartz lswartz is offline
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Default 03-15-2014, 01:32 PM

Wow! You found your solutions fast. You might consider Win 7 as XP support ends next month. Win 7 is a lot faster as well. If you have no applications which require Windows you might consider Ubuntu, just as fast & free too. I don't have any experience with Win 8.

I use a Mini 10v out and about, but mostly this Mini 9 (seems to be indestructible) with out a battery which died months ago.


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