Just wanted to stop by and say howdy, as I intend to be spending some time around here.My name is Mike, and I'm an imminent Linux convertee. I've been wanting to make the change for a while now, and have a few false-starts, as there's always something that has sent me back to Windows - specifically gaming. Everything else I would want to do on a PC is well covered on Linux.I've tried the dual-boot route, but found it to be annoying; I'd tend to just stay in Windows since I could do my gaming, and the other things I'd need to do. With Windows 7 being an actively updated and pretty solid OS, there was no fire under my butt to make the change. So, I stayed in Windows land. Well, with all the shenanigans around Win10, and knowing Windows 7's days are numbered, I've decided it's time to make that change. I could cling to Windows 7 'til it's pushed off a cliff, but, why delay the inevitable?I'm not sure what OS I'm going to land with just yet. I'm checking out a few. Ubuntu, Mint and Manjaro are the three I'm mostly looking at. My main concern is gaming. I know Steam and such works pretty much "out of the box" with a Debian-based OS, so Ubuntu and Mint are strong contenders in that area. I'm not as familiar with Manjaro, beyond it being built off of Arch Linux, which I'm also not familiar with. So, I'm not sure how well suited it is to gaming, compared to Mint/Ubuntu. I'm familiar with Ubuntu and Mint, so I know they run well. I'm installing Manjaro 16.06 as I type this on my laptop, so I'll see how that goes. Which ever I like most in the end, will end up being the one I put on my main PC. Anyway, I'm rambling now, so I'll shut up :pAnyways, nice to be among you all, and I look forward to sharing my full-time journey into Linux with y'all!Take care!