You get a full refund of the purchase price if not completely satisfied with Xubuntu.
I do kernel testing and debugging at work, I don't want to do it at home.
I want simple, stable products with predictable response, that's all.
For those who don't want to read the book, here's an excerpt from a "summary":
Source: Synopsis Of The Plot Of Atlas Shrugged... a socialistic pay plan, based on the principle that everyone should work "according to his ability," but be paid "according to his need." In practice, this meant that workers of ability were punished with longer hours, and forced to support "needier" workers the lazy and incompetent with compensation sufficient to fulfill all their alleged needs.
Last edited by vasa1; May 9th, 2013 at 07:38 AM.
de gustibus et coloribus non est disputandum -- Wiktionary
I don't feel it was right to take away from the final score because of the installation. First, you upgraded which is always an iffy thing to do. Secondly, it's something people do once in most cases. After that there are months of every day use, which I believe is the most important part. I would easily give Xubuntu a 10/10. It's a near perfect desktop for me.