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Which of these is better for use as a programmer device, internet navigation and stability? Raspbian Squeeze or Wheezy ? Or just which is better for use now without problem ?

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    Two versions of the same thing. Really doesn't matter.
    – Butters
    Aug 5 '13 at 0:34
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I think both are quite similar, but I would recommend Wheezy because it's more popular then Squeeze.

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  • Thank you, is it what i've searched. I'm using Squeeze yet, but i already had Wheezy in her place, but i installed Squeeze because had soft-float.
    – Edilson
    Aug 5 '13 at 11:37
  • @Edilson soft-float is bad, it means the software is doing conversions to perform non-integer (fractional) calculations, hard-float means the chip is doing the work on a hardware floating point unit (FPU) which should perform much faster.
    – PiBorg
    Aug 5 '13 at 17:20

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