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Four weeks with Ubuntu Part 1: Switching is hard

On January 30th I decided to try Ubuntu Linux as my primary desktop. Read the lessons learned.
It's found here

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Linux has come a long way in the past few years. Contrary to popular opinion, Linux isn’t just for geeks anymore. Installing Ubuntu Linux is better than the installation of Windows XP. As soon as the installation is complete you can do a number of very useful things such as access the internet, edit photos, write documents, send email, use instant messenger—all in an attractive, customizable graphical environment with menus and windows and mouse clicks.

But is it really possible to use Ubuntu Linux on the desktop today?

Of course, the answer is: “It depends.”

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