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Multiple OS
Sheetal.Pandey   5/9/2014 1:17:13 PM
If you have many different files to look at and are also into the development then multiple OS works very well. I like Ubuntu, its the stable OS, my laptop never crashed. When I had Windows it used to get blue screen so often.

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