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Swapping Windows 8 for Linux Mint, openSuSE and Fedora on my new netbook

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Last week I saw an Aspire One 725 on sale here, for 399 CHF (about £280), and the specifications said that it had the new AMD C-70 CPU (my AO522 has a C-60), more memory and a larger disk. Now, there are some good reasons to get a new system!

I went to look at it, and found that one of the major electronic shops here also happens to be offering a discount on all Acer laptops, so I ended up buying one for about 325 francs (just under £230).

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