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Head-to-Head Desktop Comparison: Ubuntu 12.10 vs. OS X Mountain Lion

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Over the years, many people have speculated about when Ubuntu will be ready for the casual computer user. Some individuals have compared Linux distributions to other operating systems, such as OS X.

In this article, I will be offering a unique comparison between Ubuntu 12.10 and OS X Mountain Lion. Since I have access to both operating systems in my home office, I was able to take the time to narrow down where each operating system excels and where improvement is still needed. I have also attempted to do so without bias or platform-specific hype.

To begin, let's jump right in and start by comparing the processes for obtaining the operating system.

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