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What it's Like to Switch to Ubuntu

We installed Ubuntu on a Fujitsu LifeBook E8410 running Vista Business, all while keeping a couple key goals in mind. We wanted to find out if Ubuntu is a worthy alternative to Microsoft Windows Vista or Mac OS X.
Read it at Laptopmag


Although the OS may not recognize some of your accessories or peripherals, the dual booting can prove irksome, and the lack of iTunes is a huge blow to those who purchase tracks through the music store, Ubuntu's clean look and smooth functionality make it almost ready to contend with the big boys. If Ubuntu 7.10 “Gutsy Gibbon” (the OS' next release) can smooth out some of the rough patches, the upstart operating system will really be ready for prime time.

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