Originally Posted by pepzsoduh
ddoes multimedia support mean it can run games?
pretty much all i would have to do is order linux (or is there something i could just dowload off the internet) pics in a sec
When I said multimedia support, I meant that it could play files such as MP3s, MPEGs, WMAs, WMVs, AVIs etc.
There are a number of native Linux games, but with Windows games it can be hit-and-miss. You can try running them in Wine, and many of them do work, but it really does depend. If you're a heavy gamer, I'd probably say that Windows would work out better for you, but Linux is always worth trying. And you can download practically every distribution off the internet. The link for Linux Mint I posted earlier, for example, will send you to their homepage. You can find the operating system in the download section