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    Thumbs up New convert

    Just wanted to peek in and say hello as a new OpenSuse convert. I am not a power user but I have been a long time Mint user. My last upgrade was somewhat troublesome on my laptop so I figured it was time to give Suse a chance. I am impressed by the little things that make this OS seem just a bit more polished. For example the graphical bar showing the percentage brightness/dim measure when I am idle and also the fact that system administration appears more centralized/organized. I suspect that Suse will be my home for a long time to come.

    Cheers!

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    Default Re: New convert

    Hi
    Welcome to openSUSE and the forum

    Remember to have a lot of fun...
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    Welcome merlingt1

    I'm sure your experience with Linux will be appreciated here.

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    Default Re: New convert

    merlingt1 wrote:
    >
    > Just wanted to peek in and say hello as a new OpenSuse convert. I am not
    > a power user but I have been a long time Mint user. My last upgrade was
    > somewhat troublesome on my laptop so I figured it was time to give Suse
    > a chance. I am impressed by the little things that make this OS seem
    > just a bit more polished. For example the graphical bar showing the
    > percentage brightness/dim measure when I am idle and also the fact that
    > system administration appears more centralized/organized. I suspect that
    > Suse will be my home for a long time to come.
    >
    > Cheers!
    >
    >

    Did you pass some mint to the gecko . If not do it now LOL
    Welcome!

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    Default Re: New convert

    What DE you were using and what are you using now on openSUSE?
    I'm too a new user, welcome aboard!

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