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Operating System Showdown: Ubuntu Vs. Vista

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Other tech sites will bore you with in-depth "technical details" and performance specs in their product analysis. At BBspot we pull back from the boring benchmarks to compare the superficialities, and we do it all on a single page.

For years many have predicted the death of Windows at the hands of Linux. The latest challenge to Windows comes from Ubuntu. Since everyone has long made up their minds in which operating system to use, we compare these two operating systems on the features that don't matter. Read on to find out if your favorite wins...

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Ubuntu - It's an African word that means "Humanity for others." Embraces the spirit of the open source movement, but it's a bit corny.

Vista - It's what you would see looking through your Windows (or outside if you weren't wasting time on your computer). Clever.

Advantage - Vista

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