> "I tried this operating system, and it's prone to crashes and
> makes even the simplest of tasks, like keeping a spreadsheet
> updated or converting .bmp to jpg, real chores. It reminds me
> a lot of Windows in the early 1990s, quite temperamental. I'd
> go back to DOS before I'd try this again."
This is another example of DFS' only purpose in this group to
seed this forum with unsubstantiated non-sense. Out of the 9
comments this person left on Amazon, only one was for software.
Same commenter bought his wife a pendant and failed to verify
that his purchase came with a chain, failed to supply a chain
prior to giving as a gift to his wife. Thus, vendor embarrassed
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS is a stable, long term support product.
Ubuntu 8.04 Is Ready to Take On Windows
By Jason Brooks
Article Views: 285701
Article Rating: ***** / 250
--Ubuntu's deep software catalog, focus on usability and active
community combine with long-term support to put desktop Linux's
best face forward.
Canonical has marshaled the best of what the open-source world
has to offer in Ubuntu 8.04, a Linux-based operating system
that's capable of mounting a serious challenge to Microsoft
Windows on mainstream desktops and notebooks.
During my tests of Ubuntu 8.04, both in its final form and in a
series of test releases that led up to the official launch April
24, I've been impressed enough with the distribution to award it
the eWEEK Labs Analyst's Choice designation.
Quando omni flunkus moritati
(If all else fails, play dead)
- "Red" Green