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Video: Ubuntu MATE 19.10, Pinebook Pro, 'User Error' Show

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  • Ubuntu MATE 19.10 Full Review

    Ubuntu MATE is a special flavor of Ubuntu that focuses on the classic desktop. With the release of 19.10, the developers focus on ironing out bugs and streamlining the experience. Did they succeed? In this review, I will show you around the new release with a special focus on stability.

  • Ubuntu MATE 19.10 - Overview of the Installation Process

    Ubuntu MATE is a special flavor of Ubuntu that focuses on the classic desktop. In this video, I'll show you the entire installation process on real hardware. You'll see the process from beginning to end, and we'll perform an installation while wiping out the current OS.

  • Pinebook Pro Unboxed, Booted, Then Taken Apart [Video]

    The second batch of Pinebook Pro pre-orders went live this week, just as buyers of the first wave begun to receive their devices!

    And, naturally, as you’d expect, in true millennial tech ownership style, a swathe of Pinebook Pro unboxing videos started to sprout out of the web’s fertile mantle.

    Including the following comprehensive run-through by YouTuber jpakkane1 (a link to which landed in the omg! tip box yesterday, so thanks Sadat!).

    This 10 minute clip has everything you could possibly want to see: a literal unboxing; first boot experience; side-by-side comparison with (unfair klaxon sound) a 13.1″ MacBook (!); and connection to an external display.

  • Episode Ctrl V | User Error 78

    Paying attention to all the Linux users we never hear from, being less clever than we thought, and our biggest fears.

    Plus alternatives to copy paste, and whether Popey loves pink.

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