Stephen Fry: "I use Ubuntu these days, it seems the friendliest"
Ubuntu is a full-fledged operating system, providing a secure, stable and polished environment, presenting itself as modern OS with a wide range of use cases, starting with watching movies, browsing the web, and continuing with more advanced tasks, such as editing video, writing code, creating professional projects, etc.
Users using Ubuntu, usually identify the "goodness" of Ubuntu in relation to their particular experience, such as stable OS and/or "light" on resources OS, full of 1-click away high-quality software OS, etc, adding their Ubuntu experience as a "label" when a situation requires a description of Ubuntu, in cases like "Hey, why do you use Ubuntu?".
Stephen Fry is a famous English actor, journalist, poet, screenwriter, comedian, film director, television presenter, widely appreciated for his numerous talents.
While giving an OggCamp interview, answering to a question "Do you ever use Linux on any of your devices?", the "brother" of Sherlock Holmes, stated that "I use Ubuntu these days", immediately followed by his motivation "it seems the friendliest".
Stephen Fry's statement (minutes 3:50), along with Linus Torvals's ("Ubuntu ... very user-centric"), clearly expose how celebrities both Linux-rooted and non-Linux-world have started to identify Ubuntu as user-friendly, adopting the user as its core value, thus shaping an OS as an expression of under-the-hood solid-as-rock platform beautified by a polished look and easily graspable usage behaviors.
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