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The Ubuntu guide for displaced Windows users

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pcworld.com: With Windows 8 pushing a “touch-first” desktop interface—Microsoft’s words, not ours—and with Valve’s Steam on Linux beginning to bring much-needed games and popular attention to the oft-overlooked operating system, there’s never been a better time to take Linux out for a test drive.

Ubuntu 13.04 Still On Course for April

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  • 13.04 to go Ahead
  • Linux on a tablet: Hurry up and wait?
  • Shuttleworth on Ubuntu releases: "the sky is not falling"
  • App patterns applied: calculator key journeys
  • Ubuntu. What Just Happened?
  • Something to add here
  • Ubuntu developers discuss rolling releases at UDS
  • Shuttleworth: Not Convinced by Rolling Releases
  • Ubuntu To Investigate Digital Rights Management
  • Shuttleworth: Misplaced criticism
  • Ubuntu is Many Communities
  • Shuttleworth: All the faces of Ubuntu
  • Divisive Leadership
  • Thoughts and worries about the proposed new Ubuntu processes
  • Confessions of a community member
  • Daddy, why are you sad?
  • Ubuntu Rolling Releases Vs. Hardware Companies
  • Freedom and Community
  • Shuttleworth On Mir: "A Fantastic Piece of Engineering"
  • Ubuntu Plans To Move To Systemd's Logind
  • Ubuntu 13.04 Won't Get X.Org Server 1.14
  • Does the Ubuntu Community need a Foundation?
  • Good Luck, Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Membership
  • Shell Dock Vs Unity Dock
  • Two Major KDE Developers Weigh In On Mir, Wayland

Canonical: "Don't Piss On Wayland"

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  • Note To Canonical: "Don't Piss On Wayland"
  • Revamped QML ‘Gwibber’ Shown Off
  • Ubuntu’s New Display Server ‘Mir’ Gets Demoed [Video]
  • "World’s First Ubuntu Tablet" Taking Pre-Orders
  • Unity Next to Replace Old Unity Merging Desktop and Phone
  • Mir – An outpost envisioned as a new home
  • Um Bongo boss Shuttleworth offers 'incognito' mode
  • X and Wayland Developers Bash Canonical
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 306
  • Mir + Unity QML + Unity APIs = Unity
  • Getting Started With The First OUDS

Google Chrome OS vs. Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

datamation.com: In this article, I'll explore how Chrome OS stacks up against Ubuntu and whether the two operating systems are likely to appeal to the same user base.

Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS Review: Now I like Unity

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  • Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS Review: Now I like Unity!
  • Ubuntu Announce Unity Next, Will Be Written in Qt/QML
  • Dedoimedo Ubuntu smartphone contest
  • Ubuntu Touch Will Be Usable In ‘Couple of Weeks’
  • Canonical reveals plans to launch Mir display server

7 Impressive Features Expected in Ubuntu 13.04

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  • Hands-on with Ubuntu's rudimentary phone and tablet OS
  • Install the Ubuntu Phone OS Dynamic Wallpaper on Ubuntu
  • 7 Impressive Features Expected in Ubuntu 13.04
  • Can Ubuntu ‘Converge’ Across Phones, TVs, PCs and Tablets?
  • Will SurfaceFlinger Replace Compiz In Ubuntu 14.04?
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 305
  • Why the Ubuntu Tablet Is a Winner
  • And Now, Ubuntu for Tablets - Wait, What?
  • Airing of grievances: in which upgrading Ubuntu wreaks havoc

Five Ubuntu Touch Facts

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Gadgets
  • Five Ubuntu Touch Facts
  • Ubuntu Touch Developer Preview Released
  • How to make Ubuntu Linux look like Windows 7
  • 5 Must Have Apps For Ubuntu 12.10 – Part 2

Shuttleworth embraces tablet terror

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  • Shuttleworth embraces tablet terror: PC biz will survive, too
  • The Key for Ubuntu for Tablets Will Be Apps
  • Four stupid mistakes I made when installing Linux

Ubuntu Linux Primed for Life on Tablets

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  • Ubuntu Linux Primed for Life on Tablets
  • Canonical adds countdown for tablet reveal Tuesday
  • Ubuntu for tablets revealed with split screen multi-tasking
  • Dell upgrades its developer edition Ubuntu Linux laptop
  • Why More People Are Choosing Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Pros and Cons
  • Canonical answers Ubuntu phone critics

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 302

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  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 302
  • Install KVM on Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Grabs 1.12 Percent OS Market Share on Steam
  • Ubuntu Allegedly To Have Its Own X, Wayland Alternative
  • Is Canonical Working on New, Custom Display Server for Unity?
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