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Umm does Silk Road even work properly on Windows? For playing music and customizing linux can't be beat(videos are another story though), but when it comes to running poorly coded Windows MMORPGs you would be better off dual booting.


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I also highly recommend Mint. Fedora is a bit more advanced than Mint/Ubuntu, but it's also a little harder to use.

Mint is a great way to get started. You might have a better first experience with it.
Mint is great! It makes Ubuntu look like a pre-alpha version of what linux should be. And since Ubuntu makes most other distos out there look like pre-alpha versions...
    
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