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Old 01-29-2009, 09:26 PM   #1
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procedure for ordering a hardy CD online.

can anyone please tell me the procedure for ordering a hardy CD via net.i need info about the cost(postal and taxes)and want it as embellished as possible.i mean should have basic softwaresike firefox,and basic media players.
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There is no delivery charge, it is completely free.

Ubuntu includes a vast amount of software (both on the disc and in the repositories), certainly more than enough to do any day to day computing task.


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