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 So I am trying, once again, a total switch from Windows to Linux. I chose Linux Mint, as it is a quite newbie friendly, it is rock solid, and stable. Also, I am not a programmer, and do not wish to compile files nor do I want to use hours and days tweaking codes and lines in a terminal or vim. I just want to use my machines for whatever I want to use them for (mostly writing, gaming, browsing, video editing). I feel that Linux Mint fits perfectly my requirements. I hope to make this switch permanently this time, and therefore to make things easier for myself and other newcomers, I created this Linux Mint Handbook. ​ So I am trying, once again, a total switch from Windows to Linux. I chose Linux Mint, as it is a quite newbie friendly, it is rock solid, and stable. Also, I am not a programmer, and do not wish to compile files nor do I want to use hours and days tweaking codes and lines in a terminal or vim. I just want to use my machines for whatever I want to use them for (mostly writing, gaming, browsing, video editing). I feel that Linux Mint fits perfectly my requirements. I hope to make this switch permanently this time, and therefore to make things easier for myself and other newcomers, I created this Linux Mint Handbook. ​
  
-(update, 12 Apr 2020): I got a ThinkPad T450, so I installed <​del>​Void Linux</​del>​ Debian Sid on it. A wonderful <​del>​minimalistic</​del>​ distro. Use it primarily for browsing, writing and such.+//(update, 12 Apr 2020)//: I got a ThinkPad T450, so I installed <​del>​Void Linux</​del>​ Debian Sid on it. A wonderful <​del>​minimalistic</​del>​ distro. Use it primarily for browsing, writing and such.
  
 Enjoy!\\ Enjoy!\\
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