I have been thinking about installing Ubuntu because i am still using win98, yea im poor what can i say. But anyway i have to share this computer with the rest of my family and they don't have the patience like me to sit here and figure out all the little things. What Ubuntu needs is a some kind of manual and some kind of centralized body to get everything needed to run this thing at 100%. Things like how to connect to the internet, and how to set up your printer, are much to complicated for a beginner and should drastically be simplified, Im sure some geeks wouldn't like it but this OS is for the Linux idiots not the genius's they can go find the other dozens of Linux versions to use. If i install it i have no way of getting information because i would be to stuck on how to get my dsl modem to work on a system that wont read the software. and im not talking about the stupid books that describe every button either, just a clear and cut way of what to do to get started. How are software company's supposed to take this seriously if no one is using ubuntu.