I have tried to use Fedora before, but cannot get used to the RPM package
system. It does take time to get used to a completely new desktop
environment. I had to get used to Ubuntu when I switched from Windows. I
definitely think Unity is worth getting used to. It is definitely built
from a designer's point of view.
>> I highly recommend forcing yourself to get used to Unity.
>> I second that ....... except it's not forcing, it's simply another way
>> and it's really dead easy.
> Working with the new Unity has not slowed me at all.
> I learned for Ubuntu and for Fedora and LUV both systems, after the mind
> stopped complaining things became very easy.
> It takes a few minutes of your time to learn to use the new. Adapting your
> machine to the old can take days.
> A proviso:
> If your machine is a Dell 1545 with on board video, forget it. Unity is
> slow when it comes to graphics manipulation of large raw files, you have to
> go back to Ubuntu 10.04.
> Love the Pangolin.
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