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Desktop Linux revisited

The article is about how to get a quick taste of Linux without installing any software
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First impressions: Ubuntu is slick and clean, and comes with programs that most users will need to start working: the OpenOffice.org suite that works much like Microsoft Office; the Firefox browser; Gimp, an image manipulation program in the vein of Photoshop; and a number of multimedia applications to play music and videos.

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