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10 applications to make Ubuntu much better than Windows

Gotta call this one out. The article recommends improving Ubuntu by adding Firefox, OpenOffice, and Compiz, which are already in Ubuntu; spells Amarok "amaroK" (flashback to 2006); and implicitly suggests apt-get can be run with user privileges.

Someone's asleep at the switch somewhere.

yikes: 10 applications

sorry, I overslept. :\

That's okay...

...looks like the original author pulled it.

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