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Thread: How much do you use Ubuntu?

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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    As strange as this might seem, I actually ¨use Ubuntu¨ more than I don´t ¨use Ubuntu¨. I´m beginning to thing I´m an Ubuntu addict.

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    Sorry, I just noticed this was a closed forum. My apologies, guys.
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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    I use kubuntu on my computer the whole time, the rest of my family tend to prefer Windows. I might be getting a Macbook soon but I'd put Kubuntu on it if I did

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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    i use ubuntu for everything except when i make music and do production, for which i use win xp here at home that i have on a second computer, and mac osx at uni.

    i first started off using ubuntu because i had used linux before, and i didn't want to lose my work and music to viruses on crappy windoze. since then it's just grown and grown and now the music is the only thing i use windows for anymore. i'm hoping one day wine or native linux apps will do for me but i WILL dump windoze one day, and there's definately no way i'm ever buying another copy of windows .
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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    I use nothing but Ubuntu on my laptop. And I would have it on the desktop but that is my wifes computer and I can't win her over... yet.

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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    Ubuntu for all "online" (Internet) operations, Windows 98SE for all "offline", such as musici editing, photograph post processing, disc burning, word processing, etc).

    Honestly, the learning curve and application interroperatibility to migrate older applications' operations to Linux is not worth my time.
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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    All around the clock

    No more Windows here....

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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    Windows just for online poker play Ubuntu can do all the rest...

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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    I use Ubuntu at home almost all the time...Most of the rest is taken up by xubuntu on my laptop. At work, I have Windows 98 First Edition. I don't mind seeing blue on xubuntu.
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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    Ubuntu at home and work. About 5% Win Xp for various windows apps that I haven't figured out yet.

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    Re: How much do you use Ubuntu?

    I have a Kubuntu server in my bedroom, Kubuntu & Freespire dualboot PC in my living room and I carry around a Macbook with OSX/Boot Camp Windows.

    I like using all three (well four), but Windows is the one I use the least. Each has a place, I just wish the others were more popular for competition, as I think software is still too expensive (considering huge fall in hardware prices in last few years), so Ubuntu's bug number one is important to me, because you don't know computers if you only ever use one OS, thats just my opinion!

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