Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 20th Sep 2011 22:30 UTC
Windows Why, would you look at this. All this time we were expecting Apple to be the first one to flip the switch and limit desktop users to Mac App Store applications and turn Mac OS X into a walled garden, but in fact, Microsoft will be the first to flip this switch. As it turns out, Metro applications can only be installed through the Windows Store - with sideloading only for enterprises and developers (this doesn't apply to legacy applications).
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RE: Comment by Cody
by laffer1 on Wed 21st Sep 2011 18:57 UTC in reply to "Comment by Cody"
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Debian kFreeBSD is not a Linux distro. It's a GNU software stack on a FreeBSD kernel. BSD kernel != Linux kernel.

Might I suggest using real FreeBSD rather than the GNU substandard version.

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