Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Oct 2008 10:27 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Sunday we reported on an interview with an MSI manager, who stated that internal research had shown that the return rate for the Linux version of MSI's Wind netbook was four times as high as that of the Windows XP version. He claimed that the unfamiliarity of people with Linux was the culprit. This claim sparked some serious discussion around the net, but now MSI's statement is being repeated by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu.
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RE[2]: Canonical
by optevo on Tue 7th Oct 2008 12:34 UTC in reply to "RE: Canonical"
optevo
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Canonical, the company who spends a lot of time in improving Linux's desktop viability. You know, to fix the things that cause people to make statements like "linux is still too hard and/or unintuitive". Software isn't only about code, it's also about presentation, marketing, aesthetics, community, support, etc.


aesthetics? as in like making everything poo-y brown ;)

(BTW, I know what you're saying and in general I do agree - but the default theme... hmmm)

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