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18.04 = circular login problem on system freeze

I grabbed by backups and decided to go a different direction.
Tried kde. It feels a lot faster. Also seems to have a lot of
useful configuration. But!!!! Tried to install after many days of
testing and .. the install has no visible words. Just check boxes
and three buttons. I think Im installing 16.04 and just sticking with
Unity. It works, its stable, no problems.
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On Wed, Jul 11, 2018 at 10:51 AM, Liam Proven <lproven at> wrote:
> On Wed, 11 Jul 2018 at 17:40, Jim <jf_byrnes at> wrote:
>> I haven't used it much yet but I am sure I would end up agreeing with
>> you. I don't like how they keep arbitrarily removing functionality on
>> what seems like a whim.
> Agreed.
>> > *Ubuntu* 19? Not *Mint* 19? Typo?
>> Not a typo on my part. It says Ubuntu 19 on a typical ubuntu colored
>> background.
> :-o Weird!
>> It does. When I boot to Ubuntu it is much much quicker.
> I'd bet.
> Mint 19 on my girlfriend's PC boots in a quarter of the time Win10
> does, and it doesn'ty display any weird messages as it does so. I do
> have the nVidia drivers installed, though.
>> I think I will wipe out Cinnamon first and see what that does. I may
>> give Xfce  a try. I briefly ran it years ago.
> It hasn't changed much. :-)
> The only feature I would like, the one thing, would be to be able to
> pin app icons to the taskbar. Other than that, it suits me fine. I
> don't particularly want a Windows-like UI, but unless someone can
> offer me something better -- e.g. as Mac OS X and Unity do -- then
> I'll take it.
> But if I have one, I want it to do everything Windows does, at least
> as well or better. Xfce pretty much does that for my #1 want --
> vertical taskbars. None of the other Windows-like desktops apart from
> LXDE/LXQt do that well or at all.
> Except app-pinning. That's the one new thing since Win7 that I like.
> OK, Win10 has virtual desktops, and I like that, but Linux already did
> that for a couple of decades.
> The only other improvement, IMHO, is the ability to search
> subdirectories in a specified tree for drivers. That's a killer
> feature, introduced in Vista, and I've never seen a single other
> person comment on it. That alone has saved me *hours*.
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