Hello all and thanks in advance for the answer to my question. I've been using Linux off and on for about a year now and have finally made the 100% switch over to the OS. I'm currently running Linux Mint 16 (Cinnamon) and want to move over to Ubuntu. I know that Ubuntu 14.04 LTS will be officially releasing next month but would like to switch over as soon as possible.
Would it be relatively "safe" to just install the Beta of 14.04 now as my daily driver or should I install 13.10 for a month? I don't mind dealing with the occasional bug and see it as a learning experience but I don't want to use something that is going to fight me every step of the way because its not ready for heavy use .
If it helps bring clarity to my question, here are a few things that I use on a daily basis and need to work well in 14.04.
Wine (PlayOnLinux as well)
I also connect to a networked external drive thats connected to my router so I'd need that to work as well.
Thanks again for your insight and no matter what the answer I'll be making the switch to Ubuntu 14.04 at some point