Linked by David Adams on Wed 3rd Aug 2011 16:41 UTC, submitted by vermaden
PC-BSD Some highlights: PC-BSD 9 supports multiple DEs (GNOME2/XFCE4/LXDE) instead of being KDE4 only desktop, new revised PBI system that allows sharing of files and libraries between applications for reduced disk space, new AppCafe to allow easy browsing, installing and managing applications in PC-BSD system. Also the PC-BSD Control Panel has and one-stop access to a variety of system-configuration options.
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RE: Other Features
by marcp on Thu 4th Aug 2011 09:01 UTC in reply to "Other Features"
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It depends on what it is compared to. It evolves, just like a living being, with quality in mind.
Some other OSs may get a fast revolutions with support, that is - unfortunately - crappy.
So I'd suggest to compare - say - MacOSX and Linux state od developmnet in - for example - 1998. Linux was in the black hole of unusability then. Now it seems to have a little more, but it doesn't mean it's better from anything else. It all depends on how you see things and what are you treasuring most.

Edited 2011-08-04 09:02 UTC

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