Yes I forgot to write that Abarbarian, yes it does give you freedom without the cost and you can move from one to another distro at no cost until you find the one that suits you. I originally tried Ubuntu but did not like it, I suppose that is the beauty of Linux distro's that are so many out there you have a grate choice and at no cost so you can try any of them until you find one right for you.
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