Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 23rd Jun 2006 21:26 UTC
Microsoft Linux isn't a threat to Windows on the desktop and is losing steam on the server as customers separate the operating system from the development model, according to Microsoft's chief platform strategist. Bill Hilf, general manager of competitive strategy at Microsoft, said pundits have predicted for years that Linux will gain momentum on the desktop, but that won't happen because of the complexity involved in delivering a tightly integrated and tested desktop product.
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The guy is right!
by greblus on Sat 24th Jun 2006 08:30 UTC
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I've just looked at the top500 list, and you know what?
It's upside-down! Look:

Or maybe... not. I've heard that these "managers" are relaxing this way, I mean standing on their heads (blood flows better etc).

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