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5 Reasons Why a Newbie should try Ubuntu

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Though geeks prefer a distro which gives freedom and power to conceive what they’re actually trying to do and what’s happening within the operating system. However, there are people who want an operating system which is free and easy to install, configure and most importantly, use.

Keeping all these factors in mind, we would like to evangelize on of the best distro’s for newbies, advocating the following 5 reasons:

1. The ability to have a glimpse: With the support of LiveCD, a fanboy can actually have a good enough look into the distro if not a full experience. It gives a chance to visualize and build a thought for the distro, based on one’s preferences and use case.

2. Ease of installation and configuration:

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re: 5 reasons...

Pretty fluffy. You'd have to dig deep to find a Distro that those "5" reasons do NOT apply to. Surely the Unoobtu fanboys can come up with some REAL reasons why Unoobtu is so "awesome" when compared to pretty much EVERY OTHER DISTRO.

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