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Ubuntu 7.04 [OLD VERSION]

Platform : Linux
4.2 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Award-winning Linux operating system with complete set of open source applications for desktops, laptops, and servers
  • Office productivity suite, Web browser, and email for your everyday needs
  • Instant messaging, image editing, and various tools for accessing and managing your multimedia files
  • Free security updates delivered via the Internet for 18 months on the desktop and server
  • Comprehensive DVD with desktop and server installation, alternate installation (e.g., OEM install), plus all of the supported add-on software and translations for dozens of languages
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Ubuntu is a Linux-based operating system consisting of free and open source software. With Ubuntu, you can surf the web, send and receive email, create documents, presentations, spreadsheets and more! Ubuntu is easy to install, free of viruses, and perfect for laptops, desktops. and servers. Free security updates for this version of Ubuntu will be available for 18 months on desktops and servers. Ubuntu is an ancient African word that means humanity to others, and Ubuntu 7.04 brings the spirit of Ubuntu to the software world.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 24, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,238 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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By G. Tzanakis on May 25, 2007
Well, it's been two days since I installed Ubuntu (7.04) on my Desktop,
and I must say I'm amazed.Ubuntu is too good to be true, yet it is true!
I was so familiar with XP and I couldn't think of an operating system
actually different.
Although I didn't have the slightest experience in any other operating
system different than Windows XP, I managed to completely understand how
it works (and I'm not a PC geek or something).I had some problems to play
DVDs, but with a little search on the internet, I found everything I wanted.
Also, Ubuntu saw at once every peripheral I had connected to my computer
(it even saw my M-Audio 2496 sound card that XP couldn't without installing
some drivers!), that is the Printer, the scanner, a USB stick and a external HD.
As for the performance:
I have installed a hundred packages including DVD/CD/Music players/rippers/etc,
Torrent stuff, OFFICE, PDF/PS viewers, Image Editors and others...and the total
space used (incl. Ubuntu) is something like 3 GB! As for the CPU usage, having a bunch
of applications open, it never went morre than 41-42%.
I must also say that I have Windows XP installed on the same computer,and there seems to be no problem
at all.Also, with a small application that is offered for download (Ntfs configuration
tool) you can write to any other disc on your system, incl the one that Windows are installed
on, without the slightest danger/problem (in the old days, linux could only read other discs/partitions
in Ntfs format).
So in conclusion:
-Forget about linux not mounting external devices, USB sticks, printers,etc.
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I have been using Ubuntu since the original Warty Warthog release. Since then, I have seen Ubuntu evolve from a simple port of Debian Linux to the powerhouse it is today.

Ubuntu is amazing. I have the current Feisty Fawn release on my laptop and desktop. Everything works great on there, from my modems to my video to my audio and even to my desktop's TV tuner card.

Adding extra software is as easy as opening your internet connection and opening the Synaptic Package Manager. Need Amarok? Just search for it in Synaptic and install it with basically a few mouse clicks.

Want to chat with your friends? You can with Gaim, which comes with Ubuntu. Gaim allows you to access your AIM, Yahoo! Messenger, MSN Messenger, and even IRC accounts at the same time. Yes, you can chat on multiple accounts at the same time with one program!

Want to play a game? Ubuntu comes with a multitude of games, including Solitaire and even chess. And adding more games is as easy as using Synaptic. In addition, you can install Transgaming Cedega and play Windows-based hit games, such as Warcraft, without booting into Windows or needing a Windows product key.

There is so much you can do on Ubuntu that it would practically take me forever to tell you. But I have been using Linux-based OSes for the past 3 years, and Linux has gotten so great that it is definitely a SERIOUS rival to Windows. Want more proof? Dell recently announced that they will sell some desktops and laptops with Ubuntu pre-installed.

Ubuntu also has a great online community. Have a question about something in Ubuntu? Just go to the Ubuntu Forums and ask away.

I have used them all. Red Hat. Xandros. Linspire. Suse. Mepis. Windows. Mac OS X. But in terms of bang for your buck, Ubuntu stands above the rest. Ubuntu is simply the best.
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I have been using Linux for about a year now, and have some good ones, and some bad ones. I've used Xandros, Red Hat, Suse, Fedora Core, Linspire, and Ubuntu Dapper. I have to give it to Feisty Fawn, though, of all of the distros I've come across, this one is the closest to being right that there is. All of Mark Shuttleworth's hard work is coming to fruition, and it shows, as Ubuntu 7.04 has recently surpassed Mac OSX as #2 in browser hits, meaning the number of OSes that are using the internet. For those of you fearing the switch to a free (as in beer and speech) operating system, know that there are many before you who have jumped ship without looking back. A few things to mention:

First, the install is easy. A few click, a very straightforward interface that anyone can understand, and you're on your way. You can easily choose between dual-booting (that is, having 2 operating systems, a la XP and Ubuntu), or having only Ubuntu.
Second, Ubuntu comes with most of the programs any basic home user is going to need. Open Office . org is an Office alternative that saves files that can be used on MS Office, Excel, etc. Firefox is the single best web-browser available for safety (use this on Windows, too, if you aren't already). Evolution mail is straight forward, and takes the place of Outlook very well. It's interface is similar to Ourlook or Thunderbird, or Apple's Mail.app. It comes with a dictionary, excellent advanced text editor (think notepad, but better), scientific calculator... for your high school student's Trig... yay!, not to mention a plethora of games, plus a skype client.
Third, as mentioned in other posts, the lack of a constantly monitoring anti-spyware and anti-virus program makes the computer snappier.
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