I was reading the thread of (annoyance with Ubuntu 11.10) and my response was off topic so I figured I would save the Admin of this site from having to tell me to move my thread. (BTW: great job ADMIN! I love this site, it is the only forum I have stuck with for this long!)
COPY AND PASTED FROM ORIGINAL THREAD:
I have become accustomed to the tool bar. It doesn't bother me much anymore. I do however have a bug where my window icons are MIA! I can't minimize certain programs or exit them! I can't even do anything to get them off the desktop. sometimes left clicking on Unity will allow me to quit the program. other times I have to restart the computer. I am ready to try a new distro. I like the Open SUSE interface but would miss the software center too much. I am not good with the terminal and am not good installing unless I have good walk through. Does anyone have a recommendation for a different distro that has a software center and is intuitive as Ubuntu?
I dropped SUSE when it downloaded the wrong program files in the YAST 2 manager and I couldn't use my printer until I spend 4 hours reconfiguring it. I enjoyed learning about it, but am far too busy to play with the terminal for hours.. I would like to find a new distro. I hate microsoft more but it is efficient. I hate to switch back. I may consider rolling back to 11.4 if there is no other distribution that works for me?