Linked by Davon Shire on Wed 23rd Feb 2005 21:51 UTC
Editorial Amazing is the recent interest in full, live, operating systems that can fit on a 50 MB CD-ROM. It's totally astounding that they can cram so much onto such a tiny disk. But wait.. let's run back to the days of old.. back to say 1988.
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Agrees with above
by aaronbond on Thu 24th Feb 2005 15:39 UTC

Talk about one of the most bloated software companies out there. Adobe products are slow and huge! It's so funny to see that OSS software developers seem to do a much better job @ making a product then those you pay boocoo bucks for. You'd think for the price you paid for the product the better it would be. In most cases I've seen personally I prefer the OSS software over a pay product because of the community, size of final product, and documentation behind it. I may have dual 120GB HDD's but for some reason I crave to use as little space as possible.