Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 29th Nov 2005 18:41 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Linux "I did not write this to say that people who do not know much about computers need to be told what to do, or to assert that Windows is not a good OS for casual users, but rather to point out that Linux is a great choice for this. Advances in desktop Linux have made it a perfect choice for casual and beginning users who don't necessarily have to (or want to) put up with Windows. Whether this is done for ease of use, to save on licensing fees, or to be able to make the best out of an old computer, it makes sense."
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RE: Bridging the gap
by OMRebel on Tue 29th Nov 2005 20:50 UTC in reply to "Bridging the gap"
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2005-11-14

Just a quick correction, but there is a RealPlayer for Linux. As far as media players, I use MPlayer the most under Linux. Even though it's not perfect, it does work really good when listening to my XM Radio online.

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