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    Default Leap 15.0 on a laptop

    I got a refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad x230 recently, and installed Leap 15.0 after first installing a higher capacity SSD (512GB Sandisk Ultra 3D SSD). To my surprise, everything works! The WiFi works, and today I tried using Bluetooth to send a photo to the laptop from my cell phone. The laptop has Intel graphics, and I was pleased to read someplace that it is supported "out of the box". I installed OpenArena - the graphics are gorgeous, and smooth, no choppy action. Amazing! No proprietary drivers are needed.

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    Desktop : Leap 15.0 | KDE Plasma | AMD Phenom II x6 1035T | 8 GB Memory | Integrated Radeon HD4250 | Ext4
    Laptop: Leap 15.0 | KDE Plasma | Intel Core i5 3rd Gen 3320M 2.6GHz | Intel HD Graphics 4000 | 8 GB Memory | Ext4

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    Default Re: Leap 15.0 on a laptop

    Almost forgot - I set it for "Legacy Only" instead of UEFI or whatever it's called. Only because I am a bit leery of that. Probably for no reason
    Desktop : Leap 15.0 | KDE Plasma | AMD Phenom II x6 1035T | 8 GB Memory | Integrated Radeon HD4250 | Ext4
    Laptop: Leap 15.0 | KDE Plasma | Intel Core i5 3rd Gen 3320M 2.6GHz | Intel HD Graphics 4000 | 8 GB Memory | Ext4

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    Default Re: Leap 15.0 on a laptop

    Thanks for sharing your experience. And we are glad that it worked out well.
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