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The Conversion. From a 486 PC with DOS and Windows 3.11, to Ubuntu.
. Yes, we've done several server articles in the past, but I
thought that this one is particularly relevant since it uses the most recent
Ubuntu release, Karmic Koala.
. We've never used any
Windows reviews, or articles, previously, but this one is well balanced, well written,
and thought provoking, so I couldn't ignore it. Fear not, this magazine will not publish
articles that indulge in Windows bashing ... not on my watch!
Ubuntu is a complete operating
system that is perfect for
laptops, desktops and servers.
Whether at home, school or
work, Ubuntu contains all the
applications you'll ever need
including word processor, email
application and web browser.
Ubuntu is and always will be free
You do not pay any
licensing fees. You can
download, use and share Ubuntu
with your friends, family, school
or business, for absolutely
Once installed, your system is
ready to use with a full set of
productivity, internet, drawing
and graphics applications, and
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