Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 10th Oct 2001 16:20 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews Today we have a special guest in the series of interviews we conducting here at OSNews. Linus Torvalds, the well known Linux founder, is with us to discuss everything about the kernel, Microsoft, the naming of GNU/Linux and the future. Read on!
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by BlueEyes on Sat 13th Oct 2001 00:24 UTC

XP doesn't have the vision-problem that Linux has, but it's irrelevant because 1. it brings very little improvement to Windows 2000 but it brings big improvement to Windows 98/ME. Even microsoft said that there arenīt any big improvements over Windows 3000 2. companies are in save mode. Believe me, I know! Resistence to upgrade is great. Yes but thats for another reason. "Never change a running system" Companies should already be happy with Windows 2000 Server. No need to upgrade. 3. Microsoft's newest licensing scheme has alienated many CIOs your point 4. XP is a resource hog. Upgrading to XP in most cases means upgrading your hardware, and that just enforces point 2. [ ] you tried Windows XP [x] you havenīt tried XP yet