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Ubuntu Part 2: Down the rabbit hole.

John Watson continues his tale of four weeks with Ubuntu Linux on the desktop – this week it's about the actual use of the system.
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So far, Ubuntu has been a terrific experience. Most of the minor issues I had are the types of problems new users commonly have with computers in general (How do I adjust the sound? How do I get apps to start automatically when I login? And so on.). Getting to a functional and aesthetically pleasing desktop environment is essential and Ubuntu handled that critical first step with ease. The more I use it, the more my old Windows habits fade, and the easier it becomes.

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