Linked by Massimo Sandal on Thu 7th Jul 2005 20:14 UTC
Linux Recently in a post on my blog I argued that, despite many claims to the contrary, GNU/Linux is almost ready for the desktop. In particular, I argued that GNU/Linux is already a very good and easy desktop if people just take the time to learn its very basic differences with Windows before actually using it. Note: Don't forget to rate this article!
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Wow that's a great find. I hadn't heard this. They're still fairly limited, but if the system is stable it doesn't look like a bad buy.
I'd want to help any friends buy one of these though, because it looks like they try and shove off a 250W power supply on you if you don't opt for the 350. But the prices seem to be ok.

I do think it's pretty pathetic to limit people to 512MB of RAM on the celeron system.

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