analysis conditions Ubuntu 11.10 , I can not resist me to share my first impressions on the queen of the house and its two major landowners, and Kubuntu Xubuntu , since I have tasted “quite” what they can offer new versions of these three distributions.
Note: This article title as “microanalysis” just like that, a little more sketchy than usual, but you can make the idea that this is an opinion piece with my first impressions as I just said. something quick and not very serious , go. In very broad terms, as I see it:
Despite how much I like the usability constraints of Unity, I have to admit that the qualitative leap in user experience from the previous version of Ubuntu has been spectacular . I’m starting to like the experience offered Canonical, even though I know for a fact that in a couple of weeks I have unhinged. As for the average user, however, I think are well on your way .
Kubuntu has a reputation not entirely deserved as bad KDE distribution and someday talk about it (although we have already done), but not today, because the new version has much to offer. And surely do not lie if I say that oneiric Ocelot is the best release of Kubuntu with KDE 4 so far , since their quality tends to improve as does the desktop on which it is based. That’s the trick (in general, everything is going pretty well in Kubuntu 11.10, although I have to note that, of the three, is the system least I can prove).
impressive. This distribution is that you should pro-choice but anti-Unity Ubuntu , because with two touches is almost the same as Ubuntu 10.10 and also has features such as the very center of Software. Of the three, well, Xubuntu is the only one that I have a job working in production, and is greatly improve the experience offered at its previous version, which was excellent (I for one am looking forward to come out with version 12.04 5 years of support).
The Xfce desktop
ends here. I left a lot to tell, but if I were to do this would not be a “microanalysis.” Also left out of the game for now Lubuntu, because I have not had occasion to try it. But after its previous version, pretty good, and its recent merger Ubuntu family as a full member, I am sure that those responsible have done least well.
In the coming days will have a real analysis of Ubutnu 11.10 )