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Ubuntu vs. BSD, What's the Difference?

Ubuntu is known as Linux for Human Beings…..PC-BSD, on the other hand, “has been designed with the casual computer user in mind.
The full comparison is at linuxdevcenter

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PC-BSD provides a fun, easy-to-use desktop operating system with the added benefits of stability and security. Better yet, the price tag is free! If you haven't taken PC-BSD for a test drive, what are you waiting for?

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