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chuck davis

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It,s not needed now or maybe never. Iam using Linux Mint 17.3 can i restore if i need to in the future?
Thank,s Chuck
 

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You mean like a clean install? Unfortunately there is not besides doing a fresh install.

Linux doesn't have a built-in restore option like Windows does
 

chuck davis

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You mean like a clean install? Unfortunately there is not besides doing a fresh install.

Linux doesn't have a built-in restore option like Windows does
I got a USB with Linux Mint on it. I will do a clean install if i need to. I was just wondering. I have had Linux Mint about 2 years now. It is simple to use, and it,s AWESOME, never again Windows Microsoft, if i can use Linux Mint anyone can. Iam still learning Linux you might say iam a Linux newbie.
Thank,s Chuck
 
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