Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 28th Feb 2006 18:15 UTC, submitted by lord-storm
Windows "Once upon a time, operating systems managed the resources of computers, and that was about it. But after the PC revolution, most software makers started subscribing to the theory that bigger means better. But does it?"
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6 versions of Vista
by visconde_de_sabugosa on Tue 28th Feb 2006 21:42 UTC
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I think Microsoft didn't learn the unix lesson correctly. Vista will have 6 different versions instead of have one only basic version with the option to buy "modules".

Even the server/desktop artificial diferentiation should be eliminated. Any linux distribution can be used as server or as desktop only installing different profiles or program sets.

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