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Code is poetry

Posted by Sayak
November - 17 - 2008

I recently installed a copy of Kubuntu Intrepid on a friend’s PC at college.
Here’s the feedback he gave:

It’s really very nice, but there are a couple of things that bother me. In Windows, I could defragment my drives, clean up junk using Disk Cleanup, and fix registry errors. But in Kubuntu, as there isn’t heavy fragmentation, I don’t need to defragment, there is no registry to search for errors and there aren’t many unnecessary junk files to purge either. Honestly, Ubuntu doesn’t keep me busy.

And the classic:

Also, why don’t they give a “Refresh” option on the desktop’s right click menu? I always right click almost spontaneously to find there’s no refresh option.

I couldn’t help laughing like anything 😀
Honestly, I can’t believe that migrants from Windows are raising such silly points and labeling them as “issues”.

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A son, brother and friend. Enjoys scripting and making small bits of apps here and there. Wants to conquer the world (well, who doesnt). A geek who has an obsession for ponies. Loves acoustic and wants to play guitar sitting on the Hollywood hill one day!

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