Most of that should run with CROSSOVER. Not free though.
As far as GIMP goes, it actually does some things better than Photoshop. Really depends on...
You are fooling yourself in thinking it is only the US web services.
This is done by every major country in the World, just easier for smaller...
Some more information on the computer may be of service.
Sounds like a graphics problem, hard to say with such a generic response from the OP.
Why just one, burn some live CDs and try out a few for yourself.
Ubuntu and its offshoots (Xubuntu, Kubuntu, Mint, etc.) are popular for the...
Good response considering the OP and post #21 are spammers.
Post #21 doesn't even work for Linux, it is Mac and Windows.
Does the fan run under Linux?
Have you tried running from a Live CD/USB?
This may have something to do with the brand of fan you used.
I picked up a good deal at a computer repair shop. Also, Goodwill and Salvation Army, etc. is a good place to look. Pawn Shops might give you a nice...
If you check the Ubuntu forums, you'll find this is not uncommon or new problem.
Maybe there, you can find an exact solution for you. Most seem to...
67° C sounds a little warm, what is your max temp set at in the BIOS?
Does it still run good in Windows?
Since looks like battery is not the...
Sounds to me like Ubuntu might be thinking your battery is dead.
Does it shutdown when plugged in?
Try looking at power settings.
Did you follow all the steps in the directions?
If you have ink, blank pages are usually a driver issue.
What has any of that gibberish have to do with the original question?
The problem with Linux is people like you.
I disagree, to a point, on Linux is not like Windows.
For many, of your everyday computer user, that just want to create Office files, Print,...
Didn't you back-up your important files?
What version of Windows?
What partitioning tool?
If you chose "install along side Windows" did you...
+1 on upgrade
I run Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on a PIII 933MHz with 512 MB RAM, should run fine.
my computer only has a 1.3 ghz processor and 2gb of ram....
Sounds like it could be MalWare.
You may want to use Ultimate Boot CD DBAN option to wipe the hard drive before installing Linux.
Could be coincidence.
I would check internally after checking BIOS and see if something was jarred loose when moved.
Actually, you most likely will not get a lot of things working with that attitude.
Proprietary Hardware often requires proprietary drivers, even...
Anything in the BIOS settings to use an external?
Or just dual boot Linux and Windows.
Separate names with a comma.