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The Good And Bad Lessons Ubuntu Taught Me About Linux And Windows

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A long-time Windows user and an avid gamer, I never felt the need to install Linux on any of my systems. That was until I required a server box to handle automated build compilation, source control and backups for my programming work. The idea of buying another copy of Windows for a machine I’d never be in front of seemed ludicrous and so a copy of Ubuntu was installed instead. Having used Windows and Linux side-by-side for almost a year has given me an entirely new perspective on both operating systems.

It would be impossible to cover the major differences between Windows and Linux and having only used the latter seriously for 10 months, I’m not qualified to. What I can do is talk about the two biggest points that have stood out for me.

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