Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 18th May 2009 19:06 UTC
Linux We all know them. We all hate them. They are generally overdone, completely biased, or so vague they border on the edge of pointlessness (or toppled over said edge). Yes, I'm talking about those "Is Linux ready for the desktop" articles. Still, this one is different.
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RE: *sigh*
by pcunite on Mon 18th May 2009 19:58 UTC in reply to "*sigh*"
pcunite
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2008-08-26

Honestly, I just stopped here. If Linux works for you, it's ready for the desktop. It already does everything better FOR ME than my Windows installations ever did. Plus, I am having fun again with computers. No more antivirus, adware, malware, registry cleaners and everything else I had to keep up to date just to use my computer.


I use windows in SRS mode (software restriction mode) and log into the system as a non-Admin. I use none of the above software you list. Send me a virus, really, it won't even execute.

Edited 2009-05-18 20:00 UTC

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