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Linux Mint Elyssa Vs Ubuntu Hardy!

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The reason i am writing this review is that few days back i had some problem with my ubuntu desktop (resizing disk issues) when i thought of giving Linux Mint a go since the new version Elyssa was released. I am a relatively new linux user about 6 months old. So i put forward my perception. Feel free to reply what you all think.


* Better Looks – Nice wallpapers and good themes makes Linux Mint a clear winner over ubuntu plain and simple look.

* Complete Multimedia Support - Most of the video and audio format plays out of the box. So no time wasted to install win32 codecs and restricted extras. Is saves the new users all the time and bandwidth required to install these codecs. On the more a new user is very much impressed if he can play his mp3s and videos out of the box.

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