Firstly I did look at the template but was confused by it as it looked like command lines?
So here goes with my first post…!
Enjoyed - My Story; 70 years old Roy Davies shows us how he is reviving his 13 year old laptop with Linux.
So I should be able (69) to have a go with my 32 bit HP G60 laptop running terrible Vista Home Premium SP2. - Intel® Core™ Duo 2.00Ghz 3.00 GB RAM with about 90GB of free space on Drive C. Would like to install ubuntu as I am currently using 16.04 LTS on my Dell Latitude E6420 laptop. I am worried about your articles on support being dropped by ubuntu and then the backtracking. Also my HP laptop, expensive in its day, has excellent sharp vivid screen driven by Nvidia GeForce 9200M GE Driver 187.66 though strangely with 64bit memory interface which you say is no longer supported - is this a real issue - can I live with it?
Any advice welcome - should I follow tutorial for Win10? I connect with a 3 dongle 10GB data allowance. I do not use social media.
I have worries about later 18 and 19 ubuntu releases which are possibly better covered under another topic - are they designed to be more intrusive? Later folks in another topic?