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openSUSE Setup: OpenSUSE, like almost all Linuxes these days, makes installing it a breeze.
Opening SUSE Desktop: Once up, I found the default KDE desktop to be easy on the eyes.
Desktop Configuration: If I want to make the desktop more jazzy, openSUSE makes it easy.
SUSE Computer: openSUSE makes it easy to see what's what in your system. And, yes that's a pair of Xeyes following my cursor around in the upper right. Some old Unix/Linux windows tricks never go out of style.
Windows File System Under SUSE: Want to work directly with your Windows files on the same machine—or across the network for that matter—no problem. OpenSUSE enables you to work directly with Windows files.
LibreOffice: For that matter, thanks to openSUSE's LibreOffice office suite, you can open and edit Microsoft Office OpenXML documents in your Windows documents directories.
KMail: Worked well, and it's laid out in an easy-to-use manner, but I'll still take Evolution for my day-to-day e-mail.
Yast Software Installation 1: It's easy to pick out entire suites of software using openSUSE's Yast administrative interface.
Yast Software Installation 2: But, it gets more complicated once you start picking out specific programs. The Ubuntu family makes this kind of picking and choosing easier.