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I remember when I did it... the installation and config was not bad, it went well.... the problem was when I start using it... dude, totally lost, and the applications and easy stuff I used to do in Win, were totally a mess. In my case I installed a fresh version in a separated Hard Disk, so no boot issues at all, I just chose what HDD want to start from the Bios Boot sequence, that allowed no intrusion from Win into Linux, or Linux on Win (I could remove anyone without problems)

Then even if it was a more stable, OS, my final user experience was so bad, that I toke me some minutes to understand that no one in my home or office would be able to use it, they will not be able to find the apps or do their work. You can compare it to today's Windows Phone vs (Android or Iphone) even when Windows Phone requires less Hardware and resources, is faster, you can call it Better, people doesn't like it cause they don't know how to use it, even when you teach them how to use, they will not like it cause the rest of the world is not using it!!!
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