Running the live"CD" version off a corsair usb thumbdrive right now.
It's ok if you're just browsing the internet.
But I'm not a fan of the new Unity desktop. I guess that's just because I'm too old and don't like change anymore.
Can't say I like the direction that Shuttlesworth is taking Ubuntu. It used to be lean and mean years ago, but it seems to be adding a lot of bloat.
You can't take on Microsoft or Apple in terms of polish when most of your developers are just hobbyists.
Will stick with 10.10 for my daily driver. Maybe switch back to KDE Fedora.
Originally Posted by DeAtHWiSh
I'm guessing 10.4 is their most stable os right?
Planning to downgrade instead of upgrading to 11.10 due to the os lag.
Yes, the even numbered x.04 releases are the LTS versions -- Long Term Support. (10.04, 8.04, 6.04)
Might not have all the bells and whistles of the newer releases, but you should be pretty stable.
I haven't really messed around with 11.04 or 11.10 much, so I can't say if they are slower or faster. I only boot them up and again off thumb drives.
Have been cruising around on the internet for a few hours. Everything has been super smooth for me, no performance issues. I have a pretty modern system though.
Smooth experience so far.
Still don't like Unity though.