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Tweaking Ubuntu

The intent of this article then is to help stout-hearted users willing to take the plunge and try out Linux to get the most out of it – for example, to play DVDs, or to connect to the Internet, or simply to put a Trashcan on your desktop, all of which, believe it or not, is not as simple as it is on Windows.
Read it in this more mainstream article

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I FINALLY decided to give Linux a spin after years of listening to Linux supporters extol the virtues of the open source operating system.

The opportunity came around when a friend who’s on a strict budget asked me to find him a second-hand computer and by chance I actually had an old machine lying around for him to use till he could afford his own.

Why not Windows XP? Well, the main reason is that this machine is a pretty old one, and only had a 450MHz Intel Pentium III processor and 256MB RAM.

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