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Redaktion

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The new Ubuntu Linux 17.10 release is nicknamed "Artful Aardvark" and comes with the latest version of GNOME as the default desktop, thus dropping Canonical's Unity graphical shell.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Ubuntu-Linux-17-10-now-available-with-GNOME-3-as-default-desktop-interface.258884.0.html

John Rupert

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Great. I'm really looking forward to installing this new version.

By the way, now that you mentioned GNU/Linux, what about commenting on GNU/Linux compatibility when writing your regular reviews? It would be nice to know before hand if we can buy a notebook and be able to run Linux on it...

Thanks,
John

 

 
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