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13.04 (Raring Ringtail) Beta 1 (Mar 18, 2013)
Not a review, but a observation. The download link takes me to 'Kubuntu' --KDE based , which is different than the main Ubuntu distribution.
Other than that. Ubuntu 13.04 (daily) has some nice additions/changes.
12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) Beta 1 (Sep 7, 2012)
The link seems to point to Mac OS versions(?)
This one worked for me: http://releases.ubuntu.com/quantal/
I like the additions to 12.10, finding Ubuntu to be overall easiest to setup and maintain; i.e. Arch Linux took a turn for the worse in my opinion.
3.3.2 (Mar 10, 2011)
I purchased FRAPS a few years back. Great application and updated frequently.
10.04 LTS (Apr 29, 2010)
I'm finding myself using MSFT Windows less often these days; albeit Windows 7 is good, however, the customization and freedom of using a Linux-based operating systems has really come a long way.
I performed a clean install and choose the decrypt home folder option /w password for my login. As soon as I logged in, I was asked to type in a pass phrase to encrypt my user folder--pretty cool stuff. One thing still missing is Empathy does not offer any chat encryption, so it was back to Pidgin for me. Other than that, everything works extremely well and is very responsive, quick boot time, along with a relatively safe computing environment.
I've never been a big fan of Wine, although the efforts are appreciated, my belief is to make use of what Ubuntu has to offer and when you need Windows, then dual-boot if applicable.
As for the memory leak concerning Compiz, I use a simple app to toggle between Metacity and Compiz; Compiz Fusion Icon, which is in the Software Center. Although I haven't noticed anything horrific, regardless.
2.44 (Mar 15, 2010)
Major Geeks has mirrors for 2K/XP0/03 and Vista/7 -- http://www.majorgeeks.com/
Odd there's no change log files...
2.44 (May 18, 2011 - 10:37 PM)
Thank you for the suggested add-ons. Very much appreciated!
2.44 (Aug 29, 2010 - 4:58 PM)
Windows 95 brought me into the world of personal computers. Before that, I had no computer knowledge whatsoever. When I was finally able to get on the 'internet', it was like discovering a new world and soon became hooked on the 'PC'.
However, unlike some people I know, I still remain as enthusiastic as ever. I learned so much from the internet about diagnosing computer hardware/software and graduated with a degree in network administration, three years after the release of Win95. The possibilities are endless, be it Linux, Mac OS, or just having fun with DOS; compiling C programs and using/learning assembler language. -- the launch of the OS literally changed my life.
2.44 (Jan 9, 2009 - 7:49 PM)
Thanks for the links, much appreciated. I was able to get a x64 ISO from neowin, but I'm using the links you provided to grab the 32-bit as well. Thanks again and yes a very nice download speed :)
2.44 (Aug 21, 2008 - 7:46 PM)
Given that if this take down notice was not observed that UMG would have sought damages from Lenz, then by your logic such compensation would be utterly asinine. Lets get realistic here, this was nothing about lenz, she had her name dragged through the courts purely because Publishers/Copyright owners will not come to an agreement with Youtube about advertising royalties.
Hopefully a few more rulings like this will finally force the publishers to step away from such pointless legal actions and actually move into the 21st Century where these things are settled in share deals and revenue.