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If you have been using Windows
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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 keep most of this information for use with Ubuntu. This section provides instructions on moving your data to Ubuntu.
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Converting unsupported file types
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While applications available for Ubuntu support most common file types, there are still many file types which are not supported. If you have files in an unsupported format, it is recommended that you try to convert them to a supported format before switching. This section covers some common, unsupported or only partially-supported file types and lists possible alternatives and methods of conversion.
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Check to see whether the file types you use are supported
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Convert the files which are of an unsupported type
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Converting unsupported audio formats
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Many common audio formats cannot be played on Ubuntu without the installation of additional software. This is due to legal restrictions.
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Unfortunately, due to legal restrictions and technical issues with some common audio formats, Ubuntu cannot play certain audio formats out-of-the-box. While support for certain restricted formats can be added after you have installed Ubuntu, it can be advantageous to convert audio files to a well-supported format. This is especially important if the files have been encoded using some form of <emphasis>Digital Rights Management (DRM)</emphasis> software, as DRM restrictions can render files unplayable in all applications but the one in which they were applied.
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The following major audio formats are proprietary and so are not supported by default in Ubuntu:
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