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Does anyone really even use the "ultimate boot cd" anymore? Most of the tools to not seem to even work, or are too outdated to be very useful. However its usually what comes up when I search google for a multi-tool bootable iso. Have any of you found a better iso/image to use? Or have any of you created your own? I am thinking of something that can boot into a menu and allow you to choose from some modern tools (and some old ones too), such as gparted, memtest, freedos (with usb support), DBAN submitted by BigBearChaseMe [link] [2 comments]

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I used to play around with Linux, but I was never able to completely make the switch. I eventually gave up on the OS in its entirety for the same reasons I was never able to completely make the switch. It's been over 10 years, and I'm wondering if my issues remain. So: PC gaming is 80% of my computer use. Is there software that will reliably let me play PC games, now? I'm not a programmer of any sort. I'm not scared of command lines (I actually pine for the MS-DOS days, sometimes). However, the setup for just about any piece of software in Linux required so much knowledge that I could literally spend days reading manuals just trying to figure out how to configure software. Is software on Linux any more user-friendly these days, or am I still on the outside of the in-clique (so-to-speak)? Thanks. submitted by AllWrong74 [link] [2 comments]

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