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Germany's biggest independent publisher recommends - Ubuntu 16.04 LTS!

That's well-deserved! Congrats, Canonical!

Within that only 6.90€ special edition you will find:

* A live Ubuntu 16.04 system to test before writing to hard drive

* A complete Ubuntu 16.04 LTS distribution to install

* Manual howto backup all your Windows data before

* An installation manual for running your old Windows software under Ubuntu

* A general intro into Linux

Have fun!
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S-a lansat cel mai nou sit de știri cu subiecte despre GNU, Linux și programe libere. Situl poate fi accesat la adresa http://www.gnulinux.ro

Pe lângă știrile despre GNU și Linux, situl GNU Linux România mai publică tutoriale, recenzi și anunțuri despre evenimente care au legătură cu programele libere, drepturile omului, securitate etc. Evenimentele pot fi văzute la adresa http://www.gnulinux.ro/calendar

GNU Linux România a mai pus la dispoziția cititorilor sitului și nu numai, un forum general cu discuții despre GNU, Linux și altele care nu au legătură cu acest subiect.

Echipa GNU Linux România vă roagă să promovați și voi acest anunț.

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I'm curious. I use win 7 and win xp, but the old excuse "I still need win for some programs" is wearing very thin. I've been using ubuntu for coming up to two years and find it vastly superior on all levels than win. So my question: if you are a professional (doctor/ lawyer/ engineer/ whatever), or in or running any business, or in any level of government, or just a concerned average person, why on earth would you upgrade to win (all your base are belong to us) 10? Not only does it come with massive private data and file intrusion as default, it is extremely time consuming and complicated to change these defaults to 'don't spy on me'... if you get them all!
As well, Microsoft will update their os at any time at their discretion without your consent and without telling you what they are doing (only the security updates will be documented). And one can trust a company that hides a 'we will spy and record all your files any time we want' clause in a 45 plus page fine print eul?
If I ran any business or government or any entity wether it involved sensitive material or not, Win10 (and in fact all Win os) would be banned. Top priority? Seak out open source programs that will work wether or not they are 'as good' and do the move.
If I was locked into a network using win, I would hope to have enough authority or influence to change that as well.
This level of corporate (and by extension, government) intrusion is clearly over the line. And I'll add that for many corporations and individuals this spying will be by a foreign corporation and a foreign government.

tl;dr apolgies for my rant


http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2015/08/microsoft-has-no-plans-to-tell-us-whats-in-windows-patches/
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