Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 23rd Dec 2006 17:40 UTC
Linux "I recently read a story that asked, 'Has the Desktop Linux Bubble Burst?' Burst!? No, I don't think so. Actually, it still isn't even half as big as it will be when it's full. The author goes on to explain that he feels this way because GNOME 'lacks any form of a vision', while KDE4 is full of wonderful ideas, but not enough money and effort behind turning concepts into code. I don't see that at all. I think both popular Linux desktop environments are making good progress."
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RE[3]: Of course it is!
by tmack on Sat 23rd Dec 2006 21:45 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Of course it is!"
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The anti-linux desktop people define "ready" as "Runs Windows Applications."

They don't realize that you don't need these cruddy programs to be productive. Hell, the Linux desktop comes with replacement applications all installed or ready to be installed at a mouse click.

Try doing that with Windows or a Mac.

Edited 2006-12-23 21:49

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