Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 10th Aug 2005 11:52 UTC
Windows "Windows Vista is actually quite interesting for an administrator. When I first saw it on MSDN, I thought, "Over 2 Gig's. What could they have done for it to be that large without the drastic new UI?" Well, I have been looking at this thing for about a week now and I uncover more and more each time that I look into it. I am going to cover some of the enhancements that Vista will provide for administrators as well as a few neat little tidbits that I have not seen much of."
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Daniel Borgmann
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Fedora core is far more bloated than Windows Vista, and much of it is redundant functionality and don't get me started on the brain-dead dependancy set that requires one to download *all four* cd images to do a "personal desktop" installation when the required packages would fit just nicely on *one* (assuming of course that you're not doing a network install).

You only need the first two actually. Hopefully they'll get it down to one at some point. ;)

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