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Four weeks with Ubuntu Linux on the desktop. Part 3

The blog roll continues with part three on the experiences with Ubuntu.
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The installation and updating of software is an area where Ubuntu shines. The Windows Add/Remove programs dialog is a feeble shadow of Apt, Ubuntu’s package management system. There are several different ways to install software in Ubuntu including a familiar sounding “Add/Remove” programs choice, a utility called Synaptic, and a command-line utility called apt-get; but under the covers they are all accessing Apt.

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