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Switching to Ubuntu: User Tips

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Ubuntu

As the adoption rate of Linux on the desktop grows, so does the number of people who are considering making the switch to Ubuntu. These folks have heard all the good things, but, as per usual, not enough in the reality check department.

This article will offer a reality check, in addition to offering some critical advice to anyone thinking of making the leap over to Linux on the desktop.

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