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When I install Ubuntu, do I have to type any codes?

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It basically has a Great Graphical User interface for installing , no codes at all. Just try it from Live Media and get to know more it before installing – atenz Jul 6 '12 at 9:31
your question 's title and the question you are asking do not seem to match... what exactly is your question? – Thomas Ward Jul 6 '12 at 17:09

By code if you mean product keys like windows then answer is no.

Ubuntu is completely free of charge. You don't need any product code. You can download it, burn a disc or create a live USB (using appropriate software) and install it. Even before installing you can select Try Ubuntu to run it directly from the live CD/DVD/USB.

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There are no codes or keys required to install Ubuntu.

Installation is especially easy with the installer provided for Windows on, known as the Wubi installer. While an installation from Wubi will prevent hibernation (suspend works just as well in my opinion) and has some very minor read/write hindrances, it allows you to easily install and uninstall Ubuntu without all of the complications and possible dangers of partitioning.

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