Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 19th May 2008 16:20 UTC
Linux It's one of those catch phrases that never really seems to die out. Wherever you look in the operating systems world, at personal blogs written in crummy English, or at high-profile quality websites, there is bound to be someone, somewhere who used it. Even I, myself, used it in articles in a far and distant past, and I'm not particularly proud of it. "Ready for the desktop" is no longer acceptable - in fact, it's on its way out.
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by Ringheims Auto on Mon 19th May 2008 17:04 UTC
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You can imagine that pulling an inexperienced user from a Windows environment, and dropping them in an Ubuntu environment is sure going to give them headaches.

If they are that inexperienced, they might not be so accustomed to the "windows way", and perhaps adapt to any other solid desktop environment, like Gnome, more easily. Non-techy experienced windows users might be more of a hassle, though.

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