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Top 10 Reasons I’ll Never Use Ubuntu

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1. It’s too inexpensive. In fact, paying is only an option & I don’t feel compelled to pay for it. It’s just not as fun owning an operating system I don’t have to pay for.

2. It’s too pretty. The ability to apply any theme, or build my own, ruins my sense of camaraderie with my fellow OS users. Where’s the sense in complete personalization?

3. It’s too fun. Computers were never meant to be fun. When they become fun they become dangerous.

4. It’s updated too frequently.

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