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8 Reasons Why Ubuntu Users Should Try Out Linux Mint

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junauza.com: Ubuntu is moving in all directions lately. Some polarizing decisions that have managed to alienate a few longtime Ubuntu users. Ubuntu isn't the only user-friendly distribution around. Here are a few reasons why you should switch to or at least try out Linux Mint.

I ditched Windows 8 and went Ubuntu by mistake

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Ubuntu

networkworld.com: This post is coming to you courtesy of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. While I could tell you I thought it would be cool to use Ubuntu Linux as my primary desktop OS for a while, I would be lying. The fact is I don't have a choice.

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 316

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  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 316
  • Ubuntu to stop Brainstorm
  • Ubuntu and the Missing Community Link
  • Important desktop and end-user topics this week at UDS
  • X.Org, Mir Plans Are Made Up For Ubuntu 13.10
  • Bacon: Video Demo of Unity 8 on Mir

Ubuntu.com update

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  • Ubuntu.com update
  • Ubuntu – A Replacement for Chrome OS
  • Exploring Ubuntu Touch, the other Linux for your phone
  • Ubuntu Strikes Out on Its Own Again
  • Possible Changes in Ubuntu 13.10 (UDS)
  • An Indicator for Cryptkeeper
  • install classic gnome desktop in ubuntu 13.04
  • What’s new in Xubuntu 13.04
  • Canonical Promotes Ceph Big Data Storage System...For Red Hat?

Ubuntu 13.04: What’s New

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HowTos
  • Ubuntu 13.04: What’s New In Raring Ringtail?
  • Ubuntu's Mir Moves Ahead With Unity 8 Interface
  • kenny: Create App Launcher Scripts in Ubuntu
  • How to install Steam client in Ubuntu 13.04

Ubuntu to suicide again after 2 lost years?

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cristalinux.blogspot: News has it that Ubuntu will, over the next year, change its software packaging system to what they call "Click Packages", abandon X and forget about Wayland to embrace Mir and, last but not least, transition Unity entirely to Qt.

Ubuntu desktop is just easy

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HowTos
  • Ubuntu desktop is just easy
  • Samba share not working on Ubuntu
  • The Ultimate Ubuntu Code Name Generator
  • Ubuntu Network Speed and full or half duplex LAN
  • Get the systray whitelist back in ubuntu
  • How to install Nvidia drivers in Ubuntu 13.04

What I Do after Installing Ubuntu

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  • What I Do after Installing Ubuntu (13.04 or Otherwise)
  • Unity Tweak Tool Updated for Ubuntu 13.04
  • Firefox freezes badly on Ubuntu 13.04

Ubuntu Wins Our “Tablet OS” Poll

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  • Ubuntu Wins Our “Tablet OS” Poll
  • 4 Time Waster Games for Ubuntu
  • A ringing endorsement for Ubuntu 13.04
  • Ubuntu Desktop Memory Comparison
  • 10 reasons Ubuntu will connect the masses with Linux
  • People behind ubuntu quality: Howard
  • Get extra apps for Lubuntu
  • Ubuntu vs Android Tablets, Smartphones
  • Remove white dots from Ubuntu 13.04 login screen
  • US Military Academies using Ubuntu for Training

+10 Necessary Apps For Ubuntu 13.04

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  • +10 Necessary Applications For Ubuntu 13.04
  • Weather & Clock app visual exploration
  • Install Pepper Flash for Chromium in Ubuntu
  • How To Install Ubuntu 13.04 In Macbook Air
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