So I have a really old computer from '95 or '96. I'll list the parts later. The computer had Windows 95 on it but the HDD got corrupted by some kind (propably because I put it in a new computer with wrong jumper settings) and the OS was lost. However I managed to get everything worth something onto another HD. But this isn't a problem. I formatted the HD and noticed that it's already split into two 1,5Gb slices so that would be ideal for two OSs. My question #1 is that is Ubuntu easy enough to use and install that a Windows-only user would do it easily? Question #2: I notice that the computer is way too slow to run the normal Ubuntu so will Xubuntu (a lighter verion of Ubuntu) do the job? Question #3: Should I install Win98SE on the other half of the HD as I'd like to dual boot? OK the specs are here: CPU: Pentium (1), not sure what clock freq. MoBo: Some kinda AT board... Graphics card: Propably going to use a Diamond S3 Virge (!) with 8Mb of mem (!!) Memory: Some kinda AT memory, not sure what amount... HDD: 3Gb, split into two 1,5Gb halves (if you know, please tell me how to change the size of the "splits") EDIT: look for a post below for updates And please don't suggest me to throw away this or buy a new computer... Thanks in advance! EDIT: Are there any drivers for Linux and old hardware?