None of your business
Get off my lawn.
18 here, using ubuntu on my main desktop and on my laptop, For about anything I do.
E-mailing , surfing, developing [c++ with G++], 3d modelling (blender3d woho , and more
If you ever watched the movie "Grumpy Old Men" I live in the town in the movie "Wabasha MN", and yes I am one of the Grumpy old men.
I'm 83, and use Ubuntu once and a while just for a change. I have tried it in previous versions with Virtual Box and one of the other machines - nice to just see how it works, but for day to day use, I stick with that other OS. Problem I found with Ubuntu is that sooner or later, you have to resort to the terminal screen - and I had quite enough of DOS when I first learned how to use a computer. I have 10.10 downloaded and run it from the CD on my desktop, but have not been able to get it to load on my laptop. I see from the forums that many others have had trouble with Ubuntu and laptops.
I'm gonna get killed for this but I'm 13.
I use it for the purpose I used Windows for. Web. Chat. Games.
but Vista was being a pain so I installed Ubuntu. Now my computer's probably the fastest...
Second time user.
First time i liked it but windows became a b.... and so i removed ubuntu *for the back up space - had no EXT HD*
Second time i just want to build my own version and see how far i can kick it. But first have to understand the basics so im gonna play around with it.
Here is the problem: I don't know what to do first
I'm 24 and I use Ubuntu as my main desktop OS, on my desktop PC and on my netbook.
59 - get off my grass
email, facebook, general old Linux stuff, been an It professional since 79 (that's 1979 smart ***)