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Can Ubuntu Linux replace Windows Vista for consumers?

Having tried both, neither operating system is perfect but there’s enough in Ubuntu to make a classy alternative.
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But the fact that Ubuntu (and other distros like it) comes chock-a-block full of applications that work straight off the bat, all at no cost to the consumer must go close to halving the cost of a computer. With an easy to use interface, lots of software and very good stability, Linux has plenty to offer the consumer who’s willing to take a little time to embrace a new way of life.

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