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Kubuntu And OpenSUSE Head To Head (Part 1)

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Starting Today I’m Going to Blog abt Ubuntu vs openSUSE Head To head .Since Ubuntu has become my Biggest Passion.

Today I analyze Yast and Installing/Uninstalling Packages In bOth the distributions

1.YAST

OpenSUSE biggest advantage is that it has yast bundled with its distribution,it makes administrating your pc so hassle free It has all the elements that one needs

Ubuntu

Ubuntu Has Advanced Packaging Tool, or APT, is a package management system used by Debian GNU/Linux and its derivatives.

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