Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver.


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Hello Windows 10 Forums,

I know there are a few Linux users here so I thought I'd tell ya the Bionic Beaver Rocks and definitely worthy of test driving and a few hours of ones time.

Gnome Desktop / GUI interface is easy to navigate and I prefer it over Unity GUI interface although still resource demanding but not as much as Unity was. :cool:

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic Beaver installed and works OOTB on my 2008 Frankenstein Build listed below although now using Xubuntu 18.04 LTS because I like Xfce GUI interface /Desktop.
 
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I have Ubuntu 20.04 on a USB Thumb drive, longer LTS life.
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18.04 is a little long in the tooth even though it's still supported for a couple more years. Just wondering why you haven't upgraded to 20.04 yet. It's a very solid upgrade even though I recommend upgrading using ethernet as it didn't like my Broadcom wifi card, requiring a bit of a search online for it. Interestingly, it absolutely loved my Intel wifi card on an even older laptop.
 
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Windows is designed for ordinary people who are unfamiliar with or have a limited understanding of a computer's operating system.

Linux is intended for major league OS professionals and is not recommended for use at home or by amateurs.



To tell you the truth, I had never heard of Ubuntu before.
 
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Quote: "To tell you the truth, I had never heard of Ubuntu before."


:eek::oops:o_O
 
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Windows is designed for ordinary people who are unfamiliar with or have a limited understanding of a computer's operating system.

Linux is intended for major league OS professionals and is not recommended for use at home or by amateurs.



To tell you the truth, I had never heard of Ubuntu before.
And there's Lubuntu, Kubuntu and Xbuntu, many others based on Deb/Debian. I've never used RPM.
www.distrowatch.org

I'd have to agree about that statement if it had mentioned the use of Unix, our hospital got out of it back in about '97-99.
 
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