I had installed Ubuntu after our last meeting. I found it very difficult to install drivers for the common hardware on one of my laptops. It took about an hour to install drivers for the onboard wireless adapter. Going from entering code in the CLI and moving files to specific folders is what took up most of the time. Is this a common issue users come across with Linux OS installs? honestly, it felt like setting up windows 95 in where I remember having to seek out assistance from friends at school to get my modem working and other hardware that is basically all set to go after installing more current windows platforms. Even after the install of Ubuntu it felt like an overly complex way too open sourced mix of windows aero and certain areas of later versions of Mac os. Doesn't seem like an os that should be used for finances or other pii issues due to no assurance of safety measures applied. There is no feel of security working within.