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Ubuntu 13.04 Review – Spot the difference

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Ubuntu Drivers

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  • My take on Ubuntu 13.04
  • love or loathe Ubuntu, 13.04 won't change your mind
  • Mir Display Server Gets A Demo Shell, New Demos
  • How to install GNOME 3.8 on Ubuntu
  • Going fallback mode in Ubuntu 13.04

Performance Based, Ubuntu 13.04 Review

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First Vulnerabilities Hit Ubuntu 13.04

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Ubuntu without the 'U': Booting the Big Four remixes

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Ubuntu It's the end of April, so that means that there's a new release of Ubuntu. Well, actually, no - it means that there are eight of them. Don't like standard Ubuntu's Mac-OS-X-like Unity desktop? Here's where to look.

Ubuntu 13.04 arrives, Ubuntu 13.10 named

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Ubuntu 13.04 Review: Linux for the average Joe or Jane

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Ubuntu Hard core Linux fans won't care for it, but for the average user the new Ubuntu desktop Linux has a lot to offer.

The flavors of Ubuntu from A to Z

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It just works: Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition Linux Ultrabook review

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Ubuntu I've been terribly curious about the Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition since we first covered it back in November. This is a different beast from the flippy-touchscreen-equipped XPS 12—this Ultrabook contains zero touchscreens. However, it comes preloaded with Ubuntu.

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