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Ubuntu’s Maverick Meerkat Arrives

Written on October 11, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Who wants a cluttered screen? Ubuntu knows how you hate the waste of space and the clutter on your home screen. Ubuntu released the Ubuntu 10.10 version for your netbook. Offering a wide variety of tweaks, now is the right moment to switch to Ubuntu.

10.10.10 — lucky day for you Ubuntu lovers. Ubuntu 10.10 or the Maverick Meerkat is here. The newest version a.k.a Unity desktop interface will clean your cramped screens. Ubuntu One brought a free 2GB Dropbox-like storage (cloud) that automatically sync files and folders and streams music to Android and iPhone devices.

Tons of tweaks and differences on the functionality. If you want to switch to Ubuntu, now is the time to do that. It lets you experience change in your netbook. Download it for free on Ubuntu.

Here are some user verdict on the Maverick Meerkat.

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Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat Up-Close

Written on September 06, 2010 by Charles Bass

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With a few relevant changes and upgrades, it might just be the multimedia experience we've been hoping.

What’s in store for us on the new Ubuntu 10.10 a.k.a Maverick Meerkat? Aside from the application updates, there will be a new photo manager, improved multimedia controls and better than any Ubuntu.
These changes were listed on the beta page. One striking change is the dropbox-like syncing service tied up to the Music Store purchases, personal files, settings and user data.

Shotwell has replaced the Fspot as the default photo manager, not exactly Picasa for Linux, but ahead atleast.

The volume control panel, now has music player controls and Rhythmbox and all the default applications have seen their regular version updates and bug fixes.

As usual, the Ubuntu 10.10 Beta is free and will be installed in most systems.

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