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A full Hardy Heron Review

The Good:

It’s fast.

Hardy Heron is a fast, exceptionally stable operating system. It is a significant step up from Windows XP and better than Vista when it comes to efficiently using resources, and frankly, ease of use.

I’ve noticed that Hardy runs faster than its predecessor, 7.10 “Gutsy Gibbon.” Firefox 3, which is the default web browser, is a major improvement to the solid Firefox 2.

It’s more stable.

There seems to be an improvement in the suspend-to-ram and suspend-to-disk (hibernate) functionality, however there are still bugs. This is an area Canonical, the developer behind Ubuntu, is well aware of and I’m hoping they’ll get sorted out in the next few releases.

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