DocCircuit's Dell Mini 9 Netbook Linux Competition

Before pulling out of the netbook market in the end of 2011, Dell was one of the few big computer manufacturers that offered netbooks with a pre-installed version of Linux, Ubuntu Netbook Remix to be precise.

Considering Windows XP a bit too heavyweight for his Dell Mini 9 netbook YouTuber DocCircuit tried out 5 different Linux based netbook operating system to decide which one fits his usage pattern best.

He created this series of short videos introducing the candidates: Ubuntu Netbook Edition (above), Meego, Joli OS, a personal Linux Respin called Recovery Machine based on PCLinuxOS, and Easy Peasy. In the last video he accounts for his decision to use ...

MeeGo

Joli OS

Recovery Machine

Easy Peasy

Final Choice of Linux to Install on Dell Mini 9

Which one is your favorite?

Operating Systems: Easy Peasy, Joli OS, MeeGo, PCLinuxOS, Ubuntu Netbook Edition

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