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Hands on with Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot

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Given the slow rate of change for both GNOME and KDE user interfaces, I didn't think this would be the case - at least not with Ubuntu 11.10. A version or two down the track, maybe, but not just six months after Canonical released 11.04 with its own salvo into the interface war with Unity - an innovation that divided Ubuntu users.

But after some hands on time with the latest Ubuntu, I could be wrong. While it's not a revolution, it is an evolution and it's shaping up to be quite the impressive new kitty on the block.

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