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If you’ve been using Windows
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Located in windows/C/windows.xml:16(title)
Many things work the same way in Ubuntu that they do in Windows. But you may still need help understanding Ubuntu terminology and transferring your files to use in Ubuntu.
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Preparing to switch
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While using Windows you will have probably stored a great deal of data, including documents, emails, photographs and music. The chances are that you will want to transfer most of this information for use with Ubuntu. This section provides instructions on how to prepare yourself and your data for moving to Ubuntu. For the purposes, of this guide, you'll need access to your Windows system.
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Organising your files
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Located in windows/C/preparing.xml:20(title)
A good way of making sure that your data is safe and ready to be used in Ubuntu is to organise your files before you make the switch.
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Delete files which you do not use or need any more
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Organize your files neatly into folders
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Move all of your files into one central location
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Make sure that you have a copy of all of the files you want to keep
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