Unity 8 is not ready for regular use, but Canonical is improving it all the time. Users need to know that despite all the important changes and improvements announced for the Unity 8, it won't be terribly different from the current implementation.One of the things Canonical learned the hard way is the fact that you don't radically change the desktop environment and hope that you made the right call. The company changed the desktop from GNOME 2 to Unity, for reasons that can be explained at a later date, but the change was too sudden. It didn't matter that users had some time to get used to Unity before the official launch. Most of them hated Canonical for that decision, and many still do.
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