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Re: Questions about Neon vs Ubuntu




Thanks Dale. I no longer use KDE so will try to bow out gracefully. Much appreciate the update from you.
Bill Graves

On 07/05/2018 07:47 PM, Dale wrote:
Bill,

You got this because you are subscribed to a KDE mailing list.  Everyone
subscribed to it got the same message.  This list is rather quiet so you
may have forgot you were even subscribed or didn't notice it was a list
that sent it.  If you no longer want to subscribe, the method to
unsubscribe is usually in the message headers.  Copy and paste here to
make it easier.

List-Unsubscribe: <https://mail.kde.org/mailman/options/kde-linux>,
  <mailto:kde-linux-request@xxxxxxx?subject=unsubscribe>

Now you know why you got the email.  ;-)

Dale

:-)  :-)




William Graves wrote:
Sorry Joe but I have no idea what you are talking about here. I use
Opensuse but have no contact and do not sell computers so how you got
this email address is a complete mystery. What I do know is that Neon
is for beginners and Ubuntu is for those who are more advanced with
Linux. I like Linux and have been using it for almost 20 years. Good
luck.
Bill Graves

On 06/25/2018 05:41 PM, Joe Leon wrote:
I was looking through your site because I'm in the market for a new
laptop. I want plain ole Ubuntu 18.04 on my comp. What's the deal
with Neon? Do you offer comps with Ubuntu? How well will your comps
run with Ubuntu? I'm assuming they integrate well because Neon is
based on Ubuntu but might be wrong. Why did you guys choose Neon over
Ubuntu?

Thanks





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