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Ubuntu 9.04 is as slick as Windows 7 and Mac OS X

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webdotdev.com: Just like Microsoft has taken the blowtorch to Vista to produce the lightning- quick Windows 7 ... Ubuntu has picked up its own game

Ubuntu 9.10 Off To A Great Performance Start

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phoronix.com: The first alpha release for Ubuntu 9.10 was made available yesterday and while it does net yet integrate Plymouth or any other new features, it has picked up a few new packages. Most prominently, Ubuntu 9.10 Alpha 1 features the Linux 2.6.30 kernel and GCC 4.4.

Out goes Xandros… in comes Ubuntu

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itpro.co.uk/blogs: Sooooo, a few weeks ago I decided to ditch my Xandros installation on the Asus EeePC 900a.

Distro Review: Ubuntu 9.04

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danlynch.org/blog: The last time I looked at Ubuntu in depth was actually 12 months ago with the 8.04 release. I found it to be a solid enough but somehow lacking a little in ambition. Would Jaunty jump forward with new features? I decided to find out…

Ignition Advertising for Ubuntu

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  • Ubuntu 9.10 Alpha 1 Released
  • Kubuntu Karmic Alpha 1 Released

The Sad Truth: Ubuntu Not As Fast As They Say…

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linuxcauldron.com: I am writing this not to simply disagree with Ubuntu in a general sense, but to back it up with experience. I have long since loved Ubuntu for its “just works” philosophy. However, after using Linux for many years, I have seen Ubuntu start to annoy me in key areas.

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blog.ibeentoubuntu.com: I've been waffling for a couple of days over whether to write this post or not. I finally decided to just speak my mind.

Ubuntu Fans Move Quickly to Ubuntu 9.04

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workswithu.com: When it comes to deploying Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope), Canonical’s installed base seems to be a loyal, eager crowd.

Health Check: Ubuntu and Debian's special relationship

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h-online.com: Ubuntu is five years old. The release of Jaunty Jackalope coincided with the fifth anniversary of a meeting that Mark Shuttleworth called of a dozen or so Debian Developers in his London flat in April 2004 to map out his project to create a distribution that was capable of taking Linux to the masses.

Dell Introduces Colorful Inspiron Netbook, Laptop and Desktops

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eweek.com: Dell is announcing colorful new Inspiron netbook, laptop and desktop updates. Customers can choose between 120- and 160-GB hard drives and a 16GB solid state drive (with both the XP and Ubuntu operating systems) or an 8GB solid state drive with the Ubuntu OS.

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