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Now it's been out there for download for a few months (alpha and now beta), any opinions? I've been using Natty on and off since December and ....I'm impressed. I ...
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    Now it's been out there for download for a few months (alpha and now beta), any opinions? I've been using Natty on and off since December and ....I'm impressed. I can't believe the leaps that Canonical has made in 4 months, everything works flawlessly other than my compiz cube but that's a minor issue overall. Compiz is pretty seamless which is awesome.

    Any other opinions? If you haven't tried it out yet I'd recommend giving it a shot.

    Also, any opinions about Libre Office? You think Oracle will stop developing OpenOffice if LibreOffice takes up the slack?
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    I'm happy with 10.04, its running without problems on my system. Will probably wait until May or June to give Ubuntu time to get everything tweaked, then dual boot with 10.04 for awhile before committing to it.
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    I got it in Alpha 3 I think, tried to go back to Gnome didn't work so I'm waiting to RC

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    Skellyus: You won't be able to go back to Gnome, you can read up on what happened by looking at news for Gnome Shell or Gnome 3.0. It's why Unity was adopted to begin with, Gnome developers have decided to take a completely new path in development and Canonical (as well as many others) were not happy with it
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