More than a year I use the Ubuntu operating system-based GNU / Linux. Of the many Linux distributions that have ever been and I try, I finally chose Ubuntu because it is tolerable, a lot of forum / community discussion, and supported the application with the current repository.Because I have little experience of using Ubuntu, I want to use Ubuntu slashing 100% in the laptop. I says to himself, "Must try! Must be done! All can learn! "I need to adapt for 2-3 days using Ubuntu and the applications that have in it. For office applications such as writer, spreadsheets and presentations. Not much different. My own feeling is very beginner and trying to learn fast because I use my laptop to work. I also think that the ability to operate and knowledge about the Ubuntu linux will be added value for me.
During the Ubuntu, I never get stuck. I'm always looking for information to be able to optimize Ubuntu. I am forced to actively seek out and try. I'm glad to know and follow because the SO is open. I am no longer so dependent with MS Windows, Adobe, CorelDraw, Nero, and other licensed applications. I also fear not caught at the airport. Many applications of open source systems can be used in FreeBSD, OpenSolaris, or even Windows. For Windows users may be familiar with the Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird (such as Outlook). Both are examples of open source applications are multiplatform.