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Linux "To be clear about this article's intent, it's not to bash Microsoft, or Windows. Because to be fair, despite using Linux 95% of the time while I'm on the PC, I can find more faults with it than Windows. So, this article's goal is to highlight some of the major pluses of Linux, and also showcase where Windows could improve in the future, should Microsoft take heed of the suggestions."
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RE[8]: Comment by tuma324
by ssokolow on Fri 9th Apr 2010 19:36 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: Comment by tuma324"
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2010-01-21

That depends. Starting with Vista, Microsoft seems to be trying to nudge the industry in the direction of a standardized, software-mixed driver included and tested with the OS. (Less potential for kernel crashes, I'd guess, given how much of the instability in both Windows and Linux is now in the drivers)

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