I quit using Ubuntu far before systemd (during the Vista days because Vista). Back then, updates would crash it and then make me spend hours getting it back to a functional state.
I went back to Windows with Windows 7. So that's not a systemd thing as much as a Ubuntu thing.
Doesn't matter. His name is on it. No vote from me.
I'm not a fan of Ted Cruz, but if the choice is Ted Cruz, Trump or Rubio, he's starting to look pretty good.
32-bit is much smaller than 64-bit, for one thing.
That's how my HP Stream 7 is using only 23 GB in its Windows 10 partition, and I have Office and Olive Tree Bible reader on there as well as my standard Ninite.com freeware.
"There are things that are so serious that you can only joke about them" - Heisenberg