Because there is such a massive amount of updates during the alpha and beta stages and a lot of major feature changes and fixing of debian unstable packages that are used in a new version of ubuntu, certain things can get buggy which you wouldn't likely have when installing after the final is released...
While mine has been running pretty well, i would just feel better to a clean install as it may knock out a few minor problems i have been having...
I think you are more prone to problems during the testing and updating stages which you avoid a lot of when installing the final release..so it seems like a prudent move to make..
B2 is very (!) buggy on my 3 test pc's compared to B1. All kinds of wierd happenings like "Q Search Applications" covering up 3/4 of screen and random switching between windows. Devil of a time even getting an ubuntu-bug unity sent.
After a bunch of updates the disk space used keeps growing in spite of all my attempts to clean, remove, etc.
New install and disk space trimmed down again. Presumption, updates keep accumulating garbage.
Besides, install is frequently worth a few new bugs....
i am slightly confused with the use of your !
are you using it as one would in English or if programing indicating not in a T/F statement
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