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Ubuntu's weak points

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The first thing I'd like to say before I level criticism at Ubuntu is that I adore it and have been running it on my laptop since Hoary beta. It's a fantastic OS and is doing great things.

However, during my experience with it (having installed it on quite a few other machines) I have come across a few glaring failings that will hamper widespread adoption on the desktop and they are as follows:

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