After I had unpacked the Acer Aspire 4320 notebook I got ready for turning the computer on for the very first time, and rejecting the Windows Vista Starter EULA, also known as the Microsoft c.q. Windows tax. Since I bought this notebook for experimenting with Ubuntu and open source software, I had no need for Vista. Moreover, this notebook has only 80 G, of which a part is already used to keep a copy of Vista on a so called rescue partition. In my not so humble opinion, if one pays for an operating system, at least a DVD should be included with the computer.
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