I just arrived home with a new computer, and all the way back from Sydney, I'm wondering how the bloke who built it, tested it, and how long it was going to take to set it up and configure it. So I fire it up and lo and behold, it is already installed, with Ubuntu 8.04 Linux. Oh well, might as well poke around. Hit the Firefox button and in a split-second, I'm on Google. That can't be right, I haven't set it up yet; probably cached from when Peter ran it up, right? No, because I type in netrider.net.au and before I can look away to tell Mrs Hornet "WOW", up comes Netrider. I haven't configured anything; and it's already found my two network Windows machines into the bargain. This isn't fair; how am I going to whinge about freeware OSs when they are this good? The only glitch is that it has an nVidia MP61(V) video card but I can't get to to go higher than 800x600; drivers needed I guess. Might partition the drive and keep this as well as installing windoze .