Linked by David Adams on Tue 21st Dec 2004 17:45 UTC, submitted by Lumbergh
Editorial A KDE developer opines that the move to port the top open source applications to Windows will undermine the potential for a widely-used open source desktop operating system.
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RE:.From the point of view of a Windows user ...
by Anonymous on Tue 21st Dec 2004 19:46 UTC

But just assuming that were to happen, if you ported them all to Windows, I would simply use them in Windows. Why?

Well I have 2 powerfull ones to not run them on Windows, security and price.

And if have them running on a securer and cheaper one then I'll stick to that option.

And that's your option. now take that to bigger market lile enterprices and countries.

Now, if I release that I have The same applications in a more secure and cheap enviroment than i'll be able to say "The hell with this buggy Windows OS, I'll use Linux", but I can't