[ubuntu-uk] Possible Training Events

Dianne Reuby pramclub at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jan 21 16:08:31 GMT 2010

On Sun, 2010-01-17 at 09:04 +0000, Alan Bell wrote:
> Overall this is a great idea. I think we need to clarify who this is
> aimed at. Off the top of my head I can think of three broad
> categories:
> Individuals wanting to run a proper operating system at home
> People wanting to introduce Ubuntu into their workplace
> Students wanting to use it in their studies

Another target group includes people who are still running XP, using an
older machine. 

Their PC is working fine, so why should they buy a new one? Why should
they upgrade from XP when it does what they want, but isn't supported
with upgrades?

That's why I switched in 2006, and I'm sure there are a lot of others
still in that situation in 2010. Ubuntu saved me last year after a
motherboard failure forced me to rely on a PC "Designed for Win95"!

There is lots of good stuff online, but for a beginner it's no
replacement for someone pointing at the screen and saying "This is how
to .... ".


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