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Has Linux gotten more user friendly?

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Linux has come a long way in the past few years. As in the case of the original asker, I tried Linux a few years ago, got frustrated, and dropped it. I'm now back to Ubuntu as a secondary machine, and am liking it much more. The downside is that it's STILL not Windows, and never will be. The upside...it's not Windows, and that's a good thing in some ways. If you're lookig for a fast and easy shift, Mandriva is a good way to go. If you want a well-supported version, go with Ubuntu. If you want a TON of software that you can go to the local store and buy, and that just works, stick with good old Windows. It's basically all your own choice.