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Top things to do after installing Ubuntu 10.10

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The final release of Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat will be out this week, after you install or upgrade to this new release you will need to customize your ubuntu by installing all needed software, tools, games and repositories in your system, you can also update the look to your choice by adding Cairo dock menu, Go-menu, or AWN, or to change the window buttons from the left to the right for example.

Bisigi Themes

If you don`t like the actual theme of Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat, maybe the First thing you can do is to change this one to another you like. There is a nice collection of themes from Bisigi Project that you can try and sure you will like them...

Compiz

Compiz is one of the first compositing window managers for the X Window System that is able to take advantage of OpenGL-acceleration. The integration allows it to perform compositing effects in window management, such as a minimization effect and a cube workspace.

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Top things to do after installing Ubuntu 10.10

1. remove it and install Fedora
2. remove it and install Opensuse
3. remove it and install Mandriva
4. remove it and install Debian
5. remove it and install Mepis
6. remove it and install PCLOS
7. remove it and install Mint
8. remove it and install Arch
9. remove it and install Sabayon
10.remove it and install Peppermint

Remove it and install Fedora?

Life is too short to do Fedora or Windows maintenance.

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