Page 2:Installation Walkthrough
Page 3:Ubuntu 11.04 Overview
Page 4:Duelling Desktops
Page 5:The Panel
Page 7:The Launcher
Page 9:Keyboard/Mouse Shortcuts
Page 10:Critique And Analysis
Page 11:Essential Unity Tweaks
Page 12:Test System Specs
Page 13:Benchmark Results: Essential Times
Page 14:Benchmark Results: File Copy Times And Archiving
Page 15:Benchmark Results: Multimedia
Page 16:Benchmark Results: Synthetics
Page 17:Benchmark Results: Gaming
Benchmark Results: Multimedia
Converting RAW images to either 8-bit JPEG or 16-bit PNG formats using RawTherapee results in essentially identical times in all three variations of Ubuntu.
The Blender render benchmark gives off another round of scores, which are, for all intents and purposes, the same.
Surprise, surprise. the POV-Ray scores are also identical, with no release or GUI having a meaningful lead over the other.
Encoding .wav files to .mp3 files with LAME again results in a three-way tie between the trio of Ubuntu variations.
HandBrake also gives identical scores to each of the three competitors.
Apparently, it really doesn't matter whether you stick with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx or upgrade to 11.04 if multimedia is your main concern.
- Installation Walkthrough
- Ubuntu 11.04 Overview
- Duelling Desktops
- The Panel
- The Launcher
- Keyboard/Mouse Shortcuts
- Critique And Analysis
- Essential Unity Tweaks
- Test System Specs
- Benchmark Results: Essential Times
- Benchmark Results: File Copy Times And Archiving
- Benchmark Results: Multimedia
- Benchmark Results: Synthetics
- Benchmark Results: Gaming