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Average score 3.47 (based on 68 votes)

given by Henks on December 7, 2006

Ubuntu is easier to install and easy to use. Also complicated or old Pentium 2 systems can succesfully be recovered with (K)ubuntu. Fantastic operating system, with 18600 open source programs available to install, directly from the universal repositories!

given by Anonymous on March 10, 2007

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given by Anonymous on April 11, 2007

edubuntu and xubuntu are good too

given by Anonymous on April 20, 2007

given by Anonymous on May 26, 2007

latest version ( 7.04 feisty fawn ) works really nice ...

given by Anonymous on June 1, 2007

given by Anonymous on June 26, 2007

Ubuntu rocks my world !!

given by Anonymous on August 30, 2007

given by EJ on September 14, 2007

Great! Simple! Perfect for begginers and advanced users!

given by Anonymous on October 22, 2007

given by Anonymous on January 29, 2008

Newest version: 7.10 (Gutsy).

Ubuntu continues to impress

given by Anonymous on May 25, 2008

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given by Anonymous on June 18, 2008

Latest ver 8.04 LTS (Hardy) is brilliant

given by Anonymous on August 24, 2008

i'm really trying to get into using linux, but it can be such a pain still. i always have problems with my network, and there isnt solid support for tablet pcs yet.

hopefully impeccable ibex does me well

given by Michael Graaf on October 30, 2008

Not only is it good, but it's evolving fast - new versions every 6 months (upgrades are automated online)> Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 09:27:25 -0700

given by Anonymous on December 2, 2008

I've used Ubuntu for the last 2 years. It's been mostly stable (though I'll admit it's not the most stable Linux I've used), virus free, hassle free and free (as in beer). If your needs are basic home computing, then this might be for you.

Downside: Gamers will be disappointed, some hardware can be a bitch to get working (though this is getting better) and a few vital applications aren't available and have no decent FOSS equivalent.

Basically, it's free to try and you don't even have to install it. You've nothing to lose!

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given by P. on October 27, 2010

It works very well and everything is free!!!

How can you complain!

given by Spertypresk on March 2, 2011

loti interesanti, paldies

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