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Replaced the windows XP hdd in my old labtop with a ssd and installed manjaro on it.
@wizardfromoz a raspberrypi sector in this forum would also be nice.
The raspberrypi-desktop is lxde based so this may help:
Can probably use a raspberry pi with the usb-drive connected to, then connect it to your network and enable zsh on the pi, then you can access via...
You also may disable strg + w that also closes the web browser
Edit: on your keymap it's maybe ctl + w
But this you have to change in your...
I would give manjaro a try, because it's easy to handle and has steam pre-installed.
Bluescreen of death
Do you have a monitor or a consol conected?
If yes, just insert your live USB go to boot-menu and choose your stick.
Then start the installer.
Someone in my class started using Ubuntu a week ago, because his windows broke, let's if he still uses it.
Did you have disabled secure boot in your bios?
try to install manjaro, it's probably just a Ubuntu problem.
My father started to use a raspberrypi with raspbian for his internet-work, instead of windows XP.
That says that virtualisation technologie is disabled in your bios/uefi.
That means that you can not use VMs
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Waht exactly do you want to do in business?
Just office stuff? Or do you have specific programs wich you have to use?