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Good morning.. and Welcome! Ubuntu Hardy Heron!!

The most awaited release of Ubuntu Hardy Heron (8.04) is just around the corner. I have a Lenovo with Vista Home premium and Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon. I have had problems with my ubuntu install, however, I still cherish having a linux distro on my system. With Heron, things are going to take bigger tangential. I shall spend my weekend putting my Laptop to Heron. But if you are eager to check out some reviews they are here, here and here. People have had been speculating how this version is taking linux to masses. It may be still discussed if it is, yet, but I am sure days are numbered.

ps: fosswire has a ubuntu cheatsheet for the budding and the enthusiasts

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