So... I was studying yesterday, when my PC started acting up. It filled the CPU to the max, causing it to get hyper-slow and crash. Probably a virus or something, but I couldn't scan it with an antivirus. So I said, "fuck you, Windows XP. It's the second time in less than a month I have to reinstall, and now I almost lose everything in the HDD." So I installed Ubuntu, yay. Now, I have some questions. Go easy on me, I'm a newb! 1. What's the best music player for Linux? I've been using Winamp all my life, I want something as easy to use as it. 2. What's the best DS ROM trimmer for Linux? 3. What's a good alternative to IMGBurn to burn Wii ISOs? 4. I've downloaded KMess because I don't like Pidgin much, but I don't know how to install it. I know it's design for KDE and I'm using Ubuntu under Gnome, but I'm sure it's possible to install it. Any idea how? 5. How can I make FireFox display bigger fonts than it currently does? This is extremely small. Back in Windows, things weren't like that... 6. Ubuntu comes bundled with Open Office. Although I've use it before, I don't know whether it's the best Office alternative out there. I intensively use Word due to the nature of my studies, but I do use PowerPoint from time to time. Open Office is a robust suite, I know, but I'd like to know if there are any slimmer, yet functional, alternatives that can cover my needs. 7. Any tip you can give me to make the transition easier? Right now, all I want is to finish my work. I only need a word processor, which I already have, so there will probably be more questions in the future, when I get games and other apps, but, for the time being, this is it. Thanks in advance.