Linked by David Adams on Mon 4th Oct 2010 19:32 UTC, submitted by Idefix
OSNews, Generic OSes Once upon a time, operating systems used to matter a lot; they defined what a computer could and couldn't do... Today, there's only one operating system: Unix (okay, there are two, but we'll get to that). This is why I contend that the OS doesn't matter - or that we need to take another look at the word's content, at what we mean when we say 'Operating System'.
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JLG is right
by Eugenia on Mon 4th Oct 2010 19:49 UTC
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What matters is the experience you get, the high level stuff, not what's under the hood. The OS, as a part of the system that a consumer needed to know before buying, died a few years ago. As we move towards a new age, these things won't matter. Integration to Facebook will matter more.

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