Sun 14 Sep 2008
Back in March, I wrote about my first experience with Ubuntu. Although it was a very pleasant one, I kept my Vista installed and couldn’t convince my wife to switch over. That meant that every time I got home, Vista was running. More often than not, I’d be too lazy to boot the PC back into Ubuntu and so I just ended up using more Vista than Ubuntu.
Well that’s not entirely fair, I would sometimes boot into Vista myself to use Photoshop. I know that Ubuntu comes loaded with GIMP, its own graphic editor with features comparable to Photoshop, but I was not at all interested in learning a new graphic editor when I had a perfectly good “paid for” one that I was already proficient with.